The Bobolink Proposition
The artwork of Ginny Krueger and Ann Blaas
Sunday, March 8, 2015
Each spring, male Bobolinks of black, white and gold give their conspicuous display flights for prospective mates over open grassy fields, fluttering their wings while they sing. Birds of farmland and prairies, these once common relatives of the Oriole and Blackbird have been declining in numbers. In "The Bobolink Proposition." artists Ginny Krueger and Ann Blaas explore the suitable habitats, ambiguous antics and migratory patterns of this polygamous bird.