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The northern mockingbird is a medium-sized mimid that has long legs and tail. Males and females look alike. Its upper parts are colored gray, while its underparts have a white or whitish-gray color. It has parallel wing bars on the half of the wings connected near the white patch giving it a distinctive appearance in flight. The black central rectrices and typical white lateral rectrices are ...

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In spring the Northern Mockingbird may sing all night long. This bird will often fool even a well seasoned birdwatcher. Singing the songs of other bird species, the bird watcher has to listen closely to distinquish who is doing the singing. One unique habit of these birds is the defending of two separate territories.

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If you’ve been hearing an endless string of 10 or 15 different birds singing outside your house, you might have a Northern Mockingbird in your yard. These slender-bodied gray birds apparently pour all their color into their personalities. They sing almost endlessly, even sometimes at night, and they flagrantly harass birds that intrude on their territories, flying slowly around them or ...

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During the late 1700s and early 1800s, mockingbirds were popular as pets because of their beautiful singing. By the 1900s the demand for mockingbirds nearly led to their extinction. People then began to release their birds. Mockingbirds have thrived as a result; in fact, mockingbirds can now be found in Hawaii and even Canada (Coe).

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At the age of 1 year, both male and female mockingbirds are mature enough to reproduce. Mockingbirds are commonly found in urban environments. Some researchers believe these provide more food and fewer predation problems for mockingbirds than more rural environments. Mockingbirds can live five to eight years in the wild.

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How long do mockingbirds live for? Life expectancy at hatching will be just a very few weeks or months - the great majority do not see their first birthday An average life-span would probably be 2 ...

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Northern Mockingbird Facts. Female mockingbirds do not sing as much as the males do, and they are much quieter as well. Mockingbirds can live up to 20 years in captivity. Mockingbirds are known for their singing abilities. A male mockingbird can learn up to 200 different songs. A mockingbird sings all throughout the day and into the night.

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The Mockingbird is a very important visitor to your backyard. Not only is it's song enchanting, but they will help to eat many of your nuisance garden insects! Identification. Mockingbirds are long streamlined gray birds reaching up to 9 inches in length, with white undersides and flashy white wing patches and outer tail feathers.

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Mockingbirds, for instance, are not singing out of joy or pleasure as is commonly believed. Much of the time, they sing out of desperation. During the past summer, a pair of mockingbirds took ...

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Where do they live? Northern mockingbirds live throughout North America, including Canada and Mexico. They are most common in the southern United States, especially in Texas and Florida. They breed from northern California, eastern Nebraska, southern Ontario and Atlantic Canada to southern Mexico.