Boat-tailed-grackle



a large grackle, Quiscalus major, of the southeastern U.S., that folds its tail into a shape resembling the keel of a boat.
Historical Examples

What Bird is That? Frank M. Chapman
Birds from Coahuila, Mexico Emil K. Urban

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