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This Morning Outside

by Diane Porter

May 10, 2013
Birdwatching Dot Com
Fairfield, Iowa

Listen to the singing fields, the pastures and prairie remnants of the Midwest. Bobolinks have returned from their long migration and are populating the grasslands again.

In Iowa you'll find them perched on barbed wire fences rusted red. They're the only North American bird with a black front and a white back. But as for the golden cap, well, who knows what myth that wonder is from?

Bobolink
Copyright 2013 Michael and Diane Porter

—Diane Porter

Chickadee on hand

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