Warren County Wildlife: Bobolinks make 12,000-mile journey to county's grasslands

Photo courtesy of the Warren Repotrer

It's haying time in Warren County, and in those hay fields are several birds that use the fields as breeding grounds. One such grassland-dependent bird that graces the hay fields of Warren County is the majestic Bobolink.

The males sing out a bubbly “bobo-o-link!” song as they fly over the fields and are easily recognizable because they are the only North American bird that is black underneath and white on back.

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