Puzzle # 3

Here is another one from Bird Brain Teasers by Patrick Merrell (where the previous 2 puzzles came from as well)

A Common Eurasian Blackbird is missing from this pangram (a sentence that uses every letter of the alphabet at least once).  See if you can figure out which species it is.

 

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Good Luck!

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3 responses to “Puzzle # 3

  1. That’s fun. I figured it out, but will wait to post since it’s been up for like 5 minutes. I once went to Brigantine here in NJ and someone had written this species into the log. Also, this is a species I somehow missed in my brief trip to Belgium.

  2. Hmmm. The Canadian solves another.

    Yes Jackdaw was the answer!

    @ Patrick, how did you miss this species in Belgium? As for the Brigantine report… You never know. I do believe Jackdaws had colonized part of the Canadian maratimes at one point and there are at least a few scattered records from the Northeast, so I guess its possible.

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