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Biology Of Blackbirds, Species Of Blackbirds, Blackbirds And Humans

The blackbird family (Icteridae) consists of 94 medium-sized species of birds that occur only in the Americas. Blackbirds are found in widespread habitats, ranging from wetlands, to prairies, to forests. The most common members of the family are various species of blackbirds, grackles, cowbirds, orioles, meadowlarks, bobolink, and others.

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