Grackles have an estimated population of over 73 million in North America alone!
Grackles will typically nest in high areas anywhere from 3 to 20 feet above the ground in the trees.
Male grackles will surround and follow one female and perform different displays in order to attract the female.
Grackles are able to spread a number of different diseases through their droppings and ectoparasites.
Grackles have a long lifespan, and are known to live up to 22 years in the wild with an average life of 17 years.
Grackles are known to eat a variety of foods and are considered omnivorous, eating both plants and animals.
The grackle's voice is less than mellow, His heart is black, his eye is yellow...