The Yellow- headed Blackbird continues along the western edge of Lewin's Farm in Calverton. I got a momentary look as the bird popped up in my scope view as I was scanning the flock and I could not relocate the bird after this brief encounter. The bird is mingling with a mixed flock of blackbirds numbering well over 2000 individuals. The flock was quite skittish this morning regularly moving from the trees to the ground, and when on the ground continually lifting and resettling making any kind of systematic scan impossible. I viewed the bird along the northwest border of the field on Sound Ave.
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