Sighting Save for later Saved By Diane Worfolk Allison September 5, 1986 Save for later Saved Blackbirds gather twig-to-twig close high in the budding tree. A new sound arcs through their throats. They listen heads cocked with wing-flapping eagerness. Are their songs filled with words, unheard by man, momentous to birds? Recommended: Could you pass a US citizenship test?