Redwing Blackbird

Agelaius phoeniceus

You might be able to see this species in just about every environment that is wet or brush-like. They are defensive and territorial in the spring, and are known to attack crows, ravens, magpies and raptors. You may even see them riding on the backs of crows, pecking them with fury. In the winter they flock together with other blackbirds in farmland or suburban areas.