Photo 1a    A male Bobolink is making calls (Up-Close). We saw around 10 male bobolinks, but no females. Bobolinks are ground nesters. Bobolinks nest in hayfields and meadows*. The name "Bobolink" comes from its song, "bob-o-link"*. This pic was shot during Matt's Walk for the Curious: Bobolinks and Meadowlarks, w/ naturalists Julie and Karen at Arboretum, Chaska, Minnesota on June 13, 2012.    ボボリンク(雄):広い野原の地面に巣を作ります。夏に北米で、子育てをし、冬は、南米で過ごします。
Bobolink Photo:  1a / 1b (Up-Close)  Male Bobolink

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Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1991)
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