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Bobolink densities showed a linear correlation with greater distance from trees and lower percentage of standing dead vegetation (Table 2).
The bobolink, a grassland songbird, could be pushed northward into the boreal forests of Canada, a landscape to which it is unsuited.
Behrens, False Colors: Art, Design and Modern Camouflage, Dysart IO, Bobolink Books, 2002, for a discussion of military camouflage and its origins; See Homi Bhabha, The Location of Culture, London and New York, Routledge, 1994 for a discussion of social camouflage and cultural mimicry.
"Social media is a two-way conversation" added Choufani, founder of creative agency Bobolink. "This is why we chose it, because it allows for an interactive cycle between supporters, cancer patients, survivors and specialists."
It was a short procession,-- The bobolink was there, An aged bee addressed us, And then we knelt in prayer.
One prairie species, Bobolink, was observed outside of property boundaries by only a few hundred meters.
As a response to these portraits, LeMay shows Dickinson's sense of humor in religious matters through "The Bobolink is gone--the Rowdy of the Meadow--".
Her poetry won her recognition among regional New Hampshire writers, and three of her sentimental nature poems--"The Bobolink," "The Water Sprite," and "Poem"--are included in The Poets of New Hampshire (Chapin 366-68).
(5,11) Native passerine birds were also trapped for exportation, and birds were shot for fun by boys, as additions to collections by amateur naturalists, and also to be eaten, as in the case of the bobolink. (5)
Other regional bird conservation plans that address the geographic area represented by the Sandstone Prairies BUL and Southeast Prairies BUL categorize these four species as well as three additional grassland bird species (dickcissel, field sparrow, and bobolink) as priorities for conservation action (Fitzgerald and Pashley 2000).
Meadowlark 46 (n=13) 64 (n=11) Bobolink 25 (n=4) 75 (n=4) Song Sparrow 50 (n=2) 63 (n=8) Mallard -- -- Field Sparrow 33 (n=3) 60 (n=5) Common Yellowthroat -- -- American Woodcock 100 (n=2) -- Wild Turkey -- 0 (n=1) Henslow's Sparrow 100 (n=1) -- Shrub or Above Ground Nester Robin 67 (n=3) 67 (n=3) Red-wing BB 38 (n=16) 27 (n=22) Brown Thrasher 0 (n=1) 100 (n=1) Willow Flycatcher - 0 (n=2) Yellow Warbler - 0 (n=2) American Goldfinch 100 (n=1 -- Northern Mockingbird 100 (n=2) -- Mourning Dove -- 0 (n=1) Species 2010 2011 Average Ground or Near Ground Nester Grasshopper Sp.
Those grassland birds include bobolink, northern harrier, grasshopper sparrow, American kestrel and the rare Henslow's sparrow.
Operators of the new Bobolink mine of the Binkley Mining Co.
For the next decade, Arcand worked for a variety of small newspapers and founded the satirical Le Goglu (bobolink) with its motto "laugh hard, die fat." As a first step toward nationalist fascism, he established the Ordre Patriotique des Goglus.