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Three Blackbirds

Three blackbirds sitting in my cypress tree. I am sure there is a poem there for those who are inspired to write about it. 

I snapped this photo as I was out walking in my yard. The blackbirds had a nest below in the cypress tree. They were sitting at the very top. Funny, there were about a dozen until I moved to snap the photo.

Blackbirds stick together especially during baby season. They protect each other’s nests and babies. Kind of cool to watch this happen. Have never seen that with any other bird in my backyard.

More things I have earned in nature while in my backyard.

©CarolDM2019

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Written by Carol DM

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  1. This is remarkable that you have noticed. Something like this miracle is not common. Soon I tried a neighbor who was a hunter how I could tell who was the male and what the female was. Now I know the female has a yellow beak. We have a great hit with this photo again.

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