“Chuga-squeak, Chuga-squeak,” repeats the Grackle.
Our Tucson courtyard, amass in Palm, Olive, Mesquite and Cyprus trees, is home to the Grackle.
The Grackle is longer than most blackbirds, slimmer than most crows. Grackle males are colorful; very iridescent with their long tails, distinctly creased down the center. Grackle females are not as iridescent or as colorful, and their tails are not as distinctive.
As you click through this week’s Get Jiggy Weight Loss JigSaw Puzzle, “The Grackle: Chuga-Squeak“, set your mind to bird-like happiness, crow like the Grackle!
Remember, clicking burns calories. Keeping your hands and mind busy is always a good idea.
Send an e-card to your friends! “The Grackle-Chuga-Squeak e-Card/postcard.”
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Dictated but not read by OLWL. Excuse all typos!
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