Thanks to an article from the Plain Dealer, I visited the site where the Richfield Coliseum use to be. In its place are acres and acres of land. On that land are a good number of Bobolinks and other birds. I arrived a little after 6am on 6/9/2012.
The question was, where do I setup? I picked a spot in the field where there were growth a little higher than the rest of the field. This would give me a great shot and separation when a Bobolink would land. It took lots of patience, but I did get a few nice shots during the 3 hours I was there.
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