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Red-winged Blackbird
Shayne Kaye
This Red-winged Blackbird wanted to show off her meal before eating it.
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Red-winged blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus)
Neal Hutchinson
A small marsh I had been watching with several blackbirds calling for a mate.
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Red-winged Blackbird F
John Pizniur

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Osprey and Red-winged blackbird
Kevin Kwong

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Red-winged blackbird (female)
Kevin Kwong

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Great Blue Heron and red-winged blackbird
Kevin Kwong

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Great heron
Maude Trottier
The Red-winged Blackbird was watching around his nest, where the Great blue Heron was infortunately fishing.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Nina Stavlund
A mommy Red-winged Blackbird feeding her offspring a huge dragonfly at a local park in Ottawa.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Nina Stavlund
Mommy Red-winged Blackbird feeding her offspring a juicy dragonfly at a local park in Ottawa, ON.
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Red-Winged Blackbird Chicks
Marie Au Coin
The fuzzy Red-Winged Blackbird chicks in the reeds at Elkwater Lake wait patiently to be fed.
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Red-winged blackbird
Amanda Beers
This was a lucky shot. This photo was taken in the spring and he flew just as I took a photo.
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Great Horned Owl
Leslie Mehner
This Great Horned Owl was being mobbed by red winged blackbirds at the marsh
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Canada Goose, Red-winged Blackbird
Linda Danyluk
Water Rights Battle: this Red Winged Blackbird thought the entire canal was his territory. He did not hesitate to dive bomb the goslings and only his remarkable agility saved him from harm. Papa Goose did an admirable job defending his family. The blackbird was relentless in his obsession to defend his nesting territory along the canal bank and did not cease his attack until the goose family swam well beyond its nest.
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Female Red-winged Blackbird
Shelley Robertson
Lunch time! Mama gathering lunch for her young.
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Red-winged blackbird female
Laurie Willicombe
Taken at the River Hebert Marsh
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Red-winged Blackbird
Alexis Hayes
Posed on a branch a Red-winged Blackbird shows off the red and yellow on its wings.
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Mute Swan & Red-winged Blackbird
Alexis Hayes
This Red-winged Blackbird looks like he's coming in for a landing on the back of this Mute Swan.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Kinan Echtay
An unusual pose of this beautiful bird.
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Mute Swan & Red-winged Blackbird
Alexis Hayes
Red-winged Blackbird looking like it wants to hitch a ride on a Mute Swan.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Robert Guimont
Visiting the area in late March, found the males doing their best to attract a mate.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Krista Melville
A very late spring in Nova Scotia. This poor Red-winged blackbird arrived back home in April to a snow covered marsh.
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Osprey
Suzanne Southon
Get Off My Back The osprey was bring a catfish back to the nest. The red-winged blackbird tried to defend its own territory by "biting" the back of the osprey. This occurred after a two wait for the osprey to come back to the next.
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Sandhill Crane & Red-winged Blackbird
Catherine Hebert
Being dive bombed by a female Red-winged Blackbird. This Sandhill Crane must have gotten too close to where the nest was for the Red-winged Blackbirds, because the female was persistantly going after the Sandhill Cranes.
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Red-winged Blackbird (female)
Tanya Jones
This beautiful female Red-winged Blackbird is on a perch waiting patiently for her turn at the feeder below. The sun is really bright in this shot but makes her colours shine. This was taken in my backyard beside the lake.
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Red-winged Blackbird
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Mute swan and red-winged blackbird
Cathy Giancarlo
This unusual siting took place at LaSalle Park in Burlington.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Russell Stirrett
I caught this besieged female Red-winged Blackbird trying to decide which young to feed first. The young are just at that stage where mum will soon ignore their pleas for food.
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Juvenile Red-Winged Blackbird
Barbara D'Arpino
Red-Winged Blackbirds are a common sight in Ontario. I am always amazed at how tenacious the parents are in protecting their young. They will attack birds and animals much bigger than themselves. This juvenile had successfully fledged and was becoming quite independent. I like the perch with the Golden Glow flowers surrounding the bird. The Golden Glows were approximately 14 feet high.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Jacques Pelletier
A red-winged blackbird departing from a reed.
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Red-winged Blackbird (female) (Agelaius phoeniceus
Derald Lobay
This was photographed early in the evening as the setting sun created a natural "fill" light on the subject refelecting from an urban pond (Grandin Pond) but cast direct sunlight on a row of deciduous trees further back.
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Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus)
Derald Lobay
just about to pack up before the rain began pummeling down, I captured this Red-winged Blackbird patrolling his territory.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Bill Maynard
Summer mornings at the cottage always begin with a very early rise and row boat trip down to the end of a bay which is a marvelous wetland and haven for birds. This female Red-winged Blackbird had captured more than a mouthful of green caterpillars for an early morning meal.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Ryan Plante
Walked a trail across from Science North with hundreds of cattails all around. This bird was there and I liked the orange on his wings. So I tried to take several photos until I got one.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Simon Bolyn
A Red-winged Blackbird poses for me during the early morning spring thaw
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Baby Red-Winged Blackbird
Jeff Sorbie
This little one just looks so messed up its funny and cute.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Jacques Pelletier
A few families of Red-winged Blackbirds nested along the path leading to the St Lawrence River. This one here almost attacked me, perched and screamed to show how offended he was. I took a quick photo and left it alone.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Jacques Pelletier
The commonly seen Red-winged Blackbird habits the wetlands and we must protect those wetalnds if we are to see this beautiful bird for yet a very long time. This one was photographed on a dead tree bordering the St Lawrence River near l'Isle Verte in Québec.
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Red-winged Blackbird
Keith Sharkey
Earlier this Spring I was walking through the park in the morning and was obviously too close to the nest of this male blackbird and his mate. He made sure I knew he was in charge!
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Carouge à épaulettes
France Rivet
En mai 2009, lors d'une promenade à l'Arboretum d'Ottawa, je me suis arrêtée aux abords d'un marais pour observer les carouges qui s'en donnaient à coeur joie dans cette mer de quenouilles. Puis, à ma grande surprise, ce carouge à épaulettes est venu se poser juste devant moi et s'est mis à chanter. Je ne pouvais demander mieux.