More dimorphism, this time with bobolinks

Photo by Chris Bosak
A female bobolink perches on a stalk in New England, May 2020.

A Day on Merganser Lake

Yesterday, I showed a male and female American redstart as an example of sexual dimorphism (male and female look different.) Today, here’s the bobolink, a beloved bird of our fields. Another good example of dimorphism. Click here for yesterday’s post.

Here’s the male …

Photo by Chris Bosak
A male bobolink perches on a branch in Brookfield, CT, May 2019.
Photo by Chris Bosak A male bobolink perches in a small tree and overlooks the fields at Happy Landings in Brookfield, CT.
Photo by Chris Bosak A male bobolink perches in a small tree and overlooks the fields at Happy Landings in Brookfield, CT.

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