Red-winged blackbirds

Red-winged blackbirds can read cattails as easily as a teen can spot the Golden arches!

March 22, 2007 | | Back Issues | Departments | Environment | Headwaters Sketchbook | Spring 2007

Location: A barnyard in Amaranth
Date: March 3
Time: 10am
Weather: Misty sunrise, +5°C

Red-winged blackbirds are back in the marsh. Several males calling at sunrise. REDWINGS! How can I convey their significance to me?

Click on the image below to view Linda McLaren’s HEADWATERS SKETCHBOOK for Spring 2007.

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