Groups of female Red-winged Blackbirds were observed moving through the trees on the north shore of Woodlake Pond in Carrollton, Texas. The birds were collected into small congregations of 10 to 15 individuals as they moved through the late winter bare branches. A short time after the females passed by, they were followed by similar groups of male Red-winged Blackbirds.

Groups of female Red-winged Blackbirds were observed moving through the trees on the north shore of Woodlake Pond in Carrollton, Texas.
Groups of female Red-winged Blackbirds were observed moving through the trees on the north shore of Woodlake Pond in Carrollton, Texas.
The female birds were collected into small congregations of 10 to 15 individuals as they moved through the late winter bare branches.
The female birds were collected into small congregations of 10 to 15 individuals as they moved through the late winter bare branches.
A short time after the females passed by, they were followed by similar groups of male Red-winged Blackbirds.
A short time after the females passed by, they were followed by similar groups of male Red-winged Blackbirds.

Observation Details

County Denton
City Carrollton
Date Jan 14, 2012
Time of Day Afternoon
Temperature Warm (70-89°F/21-32°C)
Weather Clear
Habitat Water-Pond
Type of Behavior Roaming
Gender Mixed
Maturity Adult
Observer Chris Jackson
Main Article Red-winged Blackbird Observation Location