A black bird can apply to any bird (e.g. a crow or a raven) which is black; blackbird is a bird of a particular especies (turdus merula). So, a crow is a black bird but isn't a blackbird. You can tell the difference between the two birds because: A crow has a black beak and a Blackbird has an orange beak. I hope this was useful!
What is baby bird with orange beak beige chest brown head and wings black tail with white spots on it?
What bird has orange crown and back of neck black eyes and beak with plain taupe body and black speckled wings?
Just an orange beak and a black head? What about the rest of the body, like the wings, tail and legs? Are they black as well or they a different colour? And what size of bird are we talking here? As small as a sparrow or large as a hawk? There are many species of birds that have an orange beak and a black head, like European Starlings, different species of black birds, etc. So…