The Grackles Have Roosted
There are many grackles in our area, but we hadn’t found any of their nests until today. High up in a juniper tree, this nest is very well-built and hidden from sight and contains 4 eggs.
A Common Grackle is eating my Peanut Suet.
On www.feederwatch.org it says that suet cages are not a Common Grackles’ favorite type of feeder, so I’m guessing they only come to this one because it does not hang vertically.
The Lucky Grackle
Grackle Nest and Eggs
Pictures of a Common Grackle nest about 18 feet (I measured it) up in a fir tree. A bit of climbing is required to check the nest.