Typical Characteristics :
The male blackbirds are coloured black and have a yellow beak and circumorbital rings.
The juvenile male blackbirds have a black beak.
The female blackbirds are coloured brown patterned.
Blackbirds you can often see in gardens or parks searching for food at the ground.
When searching for food an the ground they often move jerkely.
The blackbird is eating worms, snails or larvae and especially in the autumn the blackbird eats fruit.
Reproduction Or Breeding :
The breeding time of the blackbird is spanning from March to August. In this period of time the blackbird is breeding 2 to 3 times.
Habitats, Locations :
The blackbird is living in forests, gardens or parks even in big towns.
The area of circulation includes almost entire Europe.
Special Notes :
Natural the blackbird used to be a very timid forest bird.