American bird flocks in winter

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This video says about itself:

12 July 2010

The Music of Nature proudly presents “Red-winged Blackbird,” a delicious video portrait of a male in full song. The Red-winged Blackbird is common across North America, breeding in marshes and meadows. Excited males puff out their red epaulets (shoulder pads) as they sing.

From eNature blog in the USA:

Why Does The Cold Make Blackbirds Gather In Large Flocks?

Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2014 by eNature

The old saying, “Birds of a feather flock together,” is particularly true among blackbirds in winter.

Though many birds band together during winter, none are as notorious for their flocking behavior as blackbirds, including red-winged blackbirds, European starlings, common grackles and brown-headed cowbirds.

This group of a feather often flock together in the many thousands, sometimes the millions. One winter roost in the Great Dismal Swamp on the VirginiaNorth…

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