A year ago (Tomfoolery), I watched as a female Wild Turkey was viewed with appreciation by two males. However, the two males were so obsessed by a concern for their rival’s attentions, that neither could attend to the female. It was odd; neither mated with her because each wished to block the other.
This situation seems to have been repeated with Red-winged Blackbirds.
This fetching female Red-winged Blackbird was hanging out in the vicinity of a couple of males.
Here are the two male Red-winged Blackbirds.
One male spent its time denouncing the other.
It then flew after the (imagined) interloper. But, the conflict meant that neither male mated. Odd.