Yes, I have at least 2-3 males and 2-3 females.
However, I will have a flock here in the spring and a few in the fall.
This has been going on for at least 5-6 years.
On 7/15/11 8:04 PM, Debbie Lyter wrote:
> I am writing to find out if anyone else has had this experience. In all of
> my years of feeding birds and watching my parents do the same while I
> grew up, I can never remember seeing a Red Winged Blackbird eat at
> the feeders in our yard. Actually, we usually never have any around our
> yard at all. For the past 2-3 weeks, there has been one male that keeps
> coming to the different feeders which have sunflower meaties, wild bird
> seed, thistle and other seeds. Have any of you experienced this before?
> I love it but it is just so unusual for us.
> Thank you,
> Debbie Lyter
> Bristol, VT