Malheur Bobolink

Although I didn’t see a Bobolink the first three years I visited Malheur — and never even knew such a bird existed — now I’m disappointed if I don’t see one when I visit in late May or early June. Although it’s hard to miss their song, it’s generally hard to actually see one and even rarer when one poses like this one did this year.

These are by far the best pictures

I’ve managed to get so far.

2 thoughts on “Malheur Bobolink

  1. It’s located in south central Oregon, just above the Nevada border.

    Avoid mid-summer: flies, hot, not enough birds. Spring is the best time; Fall is next best.

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