Also known as the Mexican grackle, the great-tailed grackle is a member of the new world blackbird family (Icteridae) and are very common from the American Great Plains, the American Southwest and all of Mexico south to also include all of Central America. This brown/black female was first noticed making an awful commotion with a number of other males and females in a tree in rural Van Horn, Texas.
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