Blackbirds are not corvids! They belong to the thrush family. Females are brown and can have spots or streaks on their breast. Males are black with an orange-yellow bill and that is where the confusion comes in. If viewed from afar, a male blackbird might look like a chough at first glance.
Name: Blackbird Turdus merula
Weight: 80-100 g
Length: 24-25 cm
Wingspan: 34-38 cm
Diet: invertebrates, berries
Habitat: Grassland, Farmland, Woodland, Urban
Jersey conservation status: green