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There are roughly 10 types of North American blackbirds, all sharing similar attributes and habits. The pests gather in flocks that can contain over one million birds. Most species are commonly seen throughout the country, with the exception of yellow-headed and Brewer’s blackbirds, which primarily live in the Northern Plains and Western North America.
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Among all species, female blackbirds are typically smaller than their male counterparts. They are also duller in color, usually appearing brown or gray, while males are often black-bodied with hints of luster in their coats. Red-winged blackbirds are distinguishable by their red and yellow shoulders, and yellow-headed blackbirds have gold heads and chests with white on their wings.
Being omnivores, blackbirds eat seeds, grains, fruits, and insects. Pests that congregate in urban areas often obtain food when fishing through trash bins. Different species of blackbirds will have slightly varying diets based on their locations.
Blackbirds nest in fields, trees, marshes, and farmlands in warm months. Since these pests migrate, the lot of them can be found in the southern parts of the country during winter, gathering in towns, meadows, and on farms.