A group of lady red-winged blackbirds were eating in the grass in the company of a single song sparrow. Every once in a while, a male red-winged blackbird would fly into the midst of the ladies. A few tweets and feather-flutters from the male and the ladies would disperse. The male would peck the ground for a bit, then fly back into the trees.
It was interesting to see the song sparrow next to the lady red-wings. The sparrow was a bit smaller and a slightly different shape. The markings were similar, but in good light, the difference in the tones is pretty obvious.
Lady red-winged blackbird.