The Brown-headed Cowbirds is small blackbirds, with a shorter tail and thicker head than other blackbirds. Their bill has is much shorter and thicker than most blackbirds.
The male Brown-headed Cowbirds have glossy black and a rich brown head. The female Brown-headed Cowbirds are a plain brown, with the head being lightest, with fine streaking on the belly and a dark eye.
They feed on the ground.
They live Cowbirds in open fields, pastures, meadows, forest edges, and lawns.
Now I must tell you about the "good time" Velma and Randell has showen us. Plus fantastic dinners Velma made for us. All I can say the dinners were "A1".
It looks like they are doing a mighty good job building shed.
I must sign-off thid posting, as we are heading for Bend, to visit "Aunt Frances" for a few days.