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Western Meadowlark  I Love this bird!  They come around March 20th and I get to sing with them :)

The western meadowlark is often seen perched on fence-posts in grasslands and agricultural areas singing its distinct note melody (their flute-like song usually ends with 3 descending notes).

The western meadowlark (Sturnella Neglecta) was designated official state bird of North Dakota in 1947 (see list of all state birds). The western meadowlark is a familiar songbird of open country across the western two-thirds of the continent. (from Wisconsin to Texas and west to the Pacific). Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Oregon,

The western meadowlark was designated the official state bird of Montana in Chosen by Montana's school children to represent the state, the Western Meadowlark is a familiar songbird of open country across the western two-thirds of the continent.

Western Meadowlark   2/3/14 Samish Flats- Skagit Wildlife Refuge- Skagit, WA

Western Meadowlark 2/3/14 Samish Flats- Skagit Wildlife Refuge- Skagit, WA

Eastern Meadowlark -- the song of a meadowlark always makes me smile

Taken at Dinner Island Ranch Wildlife Management Area, Hendry County, Florida, USA

Western Meadowlark - Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, Wyoming  state bird

Nebraska designated the western meadowlark (Sturnella neglecta) as official state bird in a familiar songbird of open country in American west.

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