The breeding habitat is open and semi-open areas across North America east of the Rocky Mountains. The nest is a well-concealed cup in dense trees (particularly pine) or shrubs, usually near water; sometimes, the common grackle will nest in cavities or in man-made structures. It often nests in colonies, some being quite large. Bird houses are also a suitable nesting site. There are four to seven eggs.
First Sighting of Year
|Monday, March 30, 2015||3260 Airport Blvd West Columbia SC United States|
|Friday, January 1, 2016||789€“849 Main Rd Phippsburg ME United States|
|Wednesday, February 22, 2017||1310 Sunset Blvd West Columbia SC United States|
|Monday, February 19, 2018||2319 Hidalgo St La Grange CA United States|