red-winged nest with eggs
Their nests are woven cups made of marsh vegetation lined with fine grasses fastened to reeds, deep grass and bush. They lay three to five, usually four, bluish-green spotted eggs that the females incubates for approximately 11 to 13 days. Red-winged blackbird young stay in the nest for 9 to12 days. ~ Hinterland Who's Who . At our golf course 16 Blue
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Taking a photo a day is a huge undertaking and challenging. I will try and document my life via my photos. January 3, 2020 is my first day of my 365 day Photo Challenge. I'm also posting on 365project.org enjoying photo challenges from a great group of photographers.