1. Bobolink

Bobolink

Bobolink
Classification(s) : Prey
Cat Name : Blackbird
Common Name : Bobolink
Scientific Name : Dolichonyx oryzivorus
Other Name(s) :
Physical Description :

The bobolink is a small bird with a short bill. The face, chest, tail, belly and wings are black. The shoulders and back are grey, and the back of their head is straw-coloured.

Physical Statistics :

Length: 5.9 – 8.3 inches (15 – 21 cm)
Weight: 1 – 2 oz (29 – 56 g)
Wingspan: 10.6 inches (27 cm)

Behavior :

Bobolinks are only available during the summer in the forest. They forage in the grasslands and nest in the ground.

Social Organization :

Flock; Bobolinks live in groups that can be rather large.

Approval Level : None; Bobolinks are common in the fields, moors and heathlands.
Kill Difficulty : Low;

Bobolinks are small and cannot fight back when caught.

Training Level : Specialty - Group Flying;

A group of cats are needed to distract some of the Bobolinks while the rest are hunted.

Hunting Tactic : Birds
Food Quality : Medium; Bobolinks are small, though they are a good-tasting and nutritious meal.