8 Different Types of Black Birds

Intelligent and adaptable, inhabit diverse areas across North America. Males are larger, but both genders look alike.

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American Crow

Iridescent Common Grackles, often mistaken for blackbirds, adapt well to human-made spaces in North America.

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Common Grackle

Highly intelligent, Common Ravens adapt to diverse habitats globally. Human presence aids expansion, even into previously uninhabited areas.

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Common Raven

A small bird thriving near water, feeds on insects. Found in Central America and the southern/western U.S.

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Black Phoebe

Urban dwellers, European Starlings sport iridescent plumage, nest in human structures, and transform to brown with white spots in winter.

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European Starling

Glossy black Red-winged Blackbirds with red-and-yellow patches. Nest in diverse areas, preferring wet habitats. Winter in fields and grasslands.

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Red-Winged Blackbird

Small blackbirds, distinct bills, males have dark heads, females plain brown. Inhabit varied areas, roost in winter flocks up to 100,000.

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Brown-Headed Cowbird

Boat-tailed Grackles, known for V-shaped tails, inhabit coastal marshes. Males are glossy black, females russet, with distinctive eye colors.

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Boat-tailed grackle

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