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Officials say rare bird species such as bobolinks, grasshopper sparrows, and American kestrels breed on the grassland.
Her poems are stuffed with robins, bobolinks, squirrels, bees, daffodils, butterflies, dandelions, frost, and roses.
The natural area is an Important Bird Area, with landscapes that support both wetland and barrens species, including bobolinks, golden eagles and sandhill cranes.
McCurry, of the Jackson Park Advisory Council, said the driving range, which has been there since 1978 and replaced a Nike missile base, had nothing to do with the disappearance of bobolinks, which have been in decline across the U.S. for years.
Mayor Roy Zartarian, an avid birder, said he is concerned that the dog park might disrupt ground nesting birds like the bobolinks.
Bobolinks flew to their nests hidden in the tall grass.
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Origin and Etymology of bobolink
First Known Use: circa 1801See Words from the same year
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