For almost 10 days, there has been a male Bobolink in a meadow in front of
my house.  I would assume there is a nest in the thick of the tall grass as
his vocalizations usually get a busy response.  I have yet to see or ID a
female or young.  The grass is tall and quite dense so maybe this will be
the secret to their successful brood.  Has anyone had experience observing
nestlings?  Can anyone suggest some good resources about their behavior?

Thanks
Sue Henne
Ellis Hollow

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