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Bobolinks spend their summers breeding in lower Canada and the northern United States. After breeding, they migrate to South America.
In Florida, Bobolinks are a common migrant in spring (April-May), frequently seen in flocks of hundreds feeding in agricultural fields and pastures as they make their way north. They are not as common in fall (August-October) when they migrate south. They feed in fields north of Florida and usually fly over Florida on their way to South America.