Singer of wetlands sure sign of spring
Where there are wetlands and cattails, there will be red-winged blackbirds. You might recall my mention of one such redwing on March 7. I spotted the bird singing from the top of an oak tree on one of the coldest mornings of the long winter. The thermometer registered 26 below zero.
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