long, tapering

Yellow-headed Blackbird l sually seen ¡11 flocks, this species inli freshwater marshes, reedbeds, or grassland near lake shores. Ir feeds on the grotind. taking insects and seeds and is not shy of humans. The song is a series of low, rasping sounds.

• NEST A woven cup nest in a reed-bcd. Built in loosely spaced colonics.

• DISTRIBUTION Breeds in SAY. Canada and much of LISA. Winters in S.W. I SA and W. Mexico.

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