Boat-tailed Grackle
Quiscalus major

f6.3 @ 1/5000s, ISO:1250, Nikon D3S w 500mm

"Boat-tailed Grackle," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Adult males have entirely iridescent black plumage, a long dark bill, a pale yellowish or brown iris, and a long keel-shaped tail. The adult female is much smaller at 26–33 cm (10–13 in) long and a weight of 90–115 g (3.2–4.1 oz). She is also distinguished by her shorter tail and tawny-brown coloration, which covers the body apart from the darker wings and tail.
Cape Coral, Florida