Common Grackle

The Common Grackle is a medium-sized bird native to North and Central America, known for its glossy black plumage with iridescent blue or purple highlights. These birds are often found in open habitats such as fields, meadows, and urban areas. A commonly known fact about Grackles is their loud and distinctive calls, which they use for communication. A fun fact about Grackles is that they are highly adaptable and can be seen foraging for food in various environments, including garbage bins and parking lots.

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