Sargent Striped WIngs

They seem to come around in the early evening. Having long slender bodies and tails. When they extended their wings you can see very distinct markings of what I refer to as a Sargents stripe, white about in the middle area of the wing. Too, their chirp is very different from other birds.




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Jun 09, 2014
sargent striped wings NEW
by: Brook

helloooo,

Your birds might also be Tricolored Blackbirds. You can google pictures of both Tricolored and Redwinged but the Tricolored has red and white instead of red and yellow

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