The female red-winged blackbird is a heavily streaked brown bird with a pointed beak and white eyebrows. The female builds the nest and produces 2-3 brood per year and incubates the eggs for 10-12 days. They are typically partial to non-migrating bird. They feed on seed, insects and will come to feeders. The red-winged blackbird is one of the most wide spread and numerous birds in New York State.
Nikon D80, 70-300mm lens