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|Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus)|
Another bird from my trip to Canada, this time a more common bird that is also found here in Arizona.
t breeds from Alaska and Newfoundland south to Florida, the Gulf of Mexico, Mexico and Guatemala, with isolated populations in western El Salvador, northwestern Honduras and northwestern Costa Rica. It may winter as far north as Pennsylvania and British Columbia, but northern populations are generally migratory, moving south to Mexico and the southern United States.
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- [2009-04-02 7:24]
Perfect capture with great details and wonderful colors,
- [2009-04-02 12:22]
Hi Everton. This is a bird we dont have over here . we just have a black bird. It makes you wonder what nature gave this one the spot of colour for . You were able to capture it with good detail and natural looking colours. well done TFS.
unknown and wonderful bird,
beautiful scene and photo,splendid black color
Two night ago, I saw this beautiful bird on documentary film, with its interesting courtship and deference its territory, even if against plastic crows:) I'd like to it in nature.
you are lucky to see and captured it with great shot. focus, POV, exposure and colors great. thanks for sharing, well done, my friend
excellent close-up photo of the Red-winged Blackbird,
with fine POV and framing, you managed very well
your camera to go and obtains excellent details
of its dark plumage, also nice catch-light, TFS