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Great-Tailed Grackle, Common Grackle

Quiscalus Mexicanus, Quiscalus Quiscula

Description:

The one on the right is a lot bigger then the one left. That's because they are two different species the one. They are commonly seen together foraging for food. I found these on an FFA trip to Waco for an entomology contest with my high school FFA group for the judging contests and identification contest. This was taken at a one of our stops returning home from waco.

Habitat:

Abundant in all areas like cities, fields, parks, lakes, and backyards.

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ZooNerd
Spotted by
ZooNerd

Waco, Texas, USA

Spotted on Mar 21, 2012
Submitted on Dec 27, 2012

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