The crow-blackbird has all the natural cunning of his prototype, the crow.
Among the first birds that make their appearance in Washington, is the crow-blackbird.
Recent investigations tend to prove that the Grackle or crow-blackbird does more good than harm and should be protected.
The crow-blackbird, seized with a fit of indolence, drops its eggs in the cavity of a decayed branch.
The crow fights the hawk, and the king-bird and crow-blackbird fight the crow; but neither takes any notice of the buzzard.
Looking up, they beheld a crow-blackbird pausing in mid-air, a few feet from the window.