The bobolinks strike again!!

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8 months 4 days ago - 8 months 3 days ago #11715 by KennB
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This article was in the Newburyport Daily News on Tuesday.

The young anchor on channel 5 this morning pronounced the name with long "o's"; bo-bo-link instead of bob-o-link. 
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8 months 16 hours ago #11716 by deangelo54
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This link can help you lean the correct pronunciation.

This link provides information about Bob O. Link.
www.bloomberg.com/profile/person/2009907...out-banner#xj4y7vzkg

At least the Bobolinks don't show up and take all the parking spots when CMASS has the filed.

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8 months 15 hours ago #11717 by hgreenblatt
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I wonder how our farmer friend (who does the haying) felt about this 
The article alluded to funding for mowing being cut this year...

And more accurately  How to pronounce bobolink...

Its Bob (not Bohb) Ross 

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7 months 3 weeks ago #11718 by DeltaVee
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I wonder how our farmer friend (who does the haying) felt about this 
The article alluded to funding for mowing being cut this year...

And more accurately  How to pronounce bobolink...

Its Bob (not Bohb) Ross 

I thought it was plovers that nested in the amesbury field...  No?

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7 months 3 weeks ago - 7 months 3 weeks ago #11720 by KennB
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The piping plovers are on Plum Island.
We've got Bald Eagles at the mouth of the Merrimack River.
Quite the popular area for the avian crowd.
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