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The bubbling, R2D2-like song of the male Bobolink flutters out of hayfields and meadows in the spring and summer. In the fall, the male sheds its tuxedoed appearance and wears the striped brown plumage of the female. Heading south in migration, they will often stop to feed in rice fields.
Their preferred breeding areas of natural prairies and grasslands have become scarce, and 20% of profits go to the Grassland Bird Trust as it works to acquire and preserve these habitats in upstate New York.
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All embroidered bird patches have an iron-on backing, but the adhesive is temporary. For durability, we recommend sewing or using a permanent, flexible fabric glue.
Dimensions: 1.6" wide x 2" high