Blackbird Sound Recordings Pomona CA

Local resource for blackbird sound recordings in Pomona, CA. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to blackbird sound recordings, blackbird song recordings, and blackbird bird houses, as well as advice and content on attracting blackbirds, blackbird feeders, blackbird types, and blackbird descriptions.

The Train Stop
(909) 599-2602
211 W. Bonita Ave.
San Dimas, CA
 
Bock's Toy & Hobby Store
(818) 963-9365
146 North Glendora Avenue
Glendora, CA
 
Covina Hobby Shop
(626) 331-1910
140 N Citrus Ave
Covina, CA
 
TQ RC Racing
(909) 627-2800
13871 Oaks Avenue
Chino, CA
 
Hobby Club USA
(909) 628-4300
10820 Central Avenue
Ontario, CA
 
Train Stop
(909) 599-2602
211 West Bonita Avenue
San Dimas, CA
 
Traintown
(909) 612-5781
303 South Diamond Bar Boulevard
Diamond Bar, CA
 
Pegasus Hobbies
(909) 982-6507
5515 Moreno Ave
Montclair, CA
 
Village Model Shop
(714) 983-7317
112 West "B" Street
Ontario, CA
 
Revelation Raceway
(909) 628-9909
4871 West State Street
Ontario, CA
 

Female Red-winged Blackbird

Agelaius phoeniceus 8 ¾ " (22cm)

Illustration by Julie Zickefoose.

Listen to a red-winged blackbird.

Female rewings are dark brown above, heavily streaked below, and have lengthy, spikelike bills. They are obviously smaller than males, and in appearance, seem more akin to sparrows than blackbirds. They often occur in single-sex flocks, and without the giveaway males around, many novice birders conclude that the females are some sort of large sparrow.

Red-winged blackbirds can be seen almost everywhere in the lower 48 states and, during the breeding season at least, in much of Canada.

Abundant and agressive, they are found in huge flocks in winter. They nest in the thick vegitation of freshwater marshes and dry fields.

Their call is a chack note, and the female song is an explosive, harsh rattle.

This sound file requires RealPlayer . Bird song courtesy of Lang Elliott, NatureSound Studio . ...

Author: Bird Watcher's Digest

Copyright2010 Bird Watcher's Digest

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