Intelligent and adaptable, inhabit diverse areas across North America. Males are larger, but both genders look alike.
Iridescent Common Grackles, often mistaken for blackbirds, adapt well to human-made spaces in North America.
Highly intelligent, Common Ravens adapt to diverse habitats globally. Human presence aids expansion, even into previously uninhabited areas.
A small bird thriving near water, feeds on insects. Found in Central America and the southern/western U.S.
Urban dwellers, European Starlings sport iridescent plumage, nest in human structures, and transform to brown with white spots in winter.
Glossy black Red-winged Blackbirds with red-and-yellow patches. Nest in diverse areas, preferring wet habitats. Winter in fields and grasslands.
Small blackbirds, distinct bills, males have dark heads, females plain brown. Inhabit varied areas, roost in winter flocks up to 100,000.
Boat-tailed Grackles, known for V-shaped tails, inhabit coastal marshes. Males are glossy black, females russet, with distinctive eye colors.