Western Meadowlarks have a loud melody that can be heard from some distance away. They can be found in open spaces with native grasses and agricultural meadows, fields, and pastures. They are often sighted on fence posts, such as the photos here. They feed in flocks on seeds and insects, often on the ground in scarce vegetation. This meadowlark was found out at Garland Prairie in northern Arizona.
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Oh, beautiful picture, beautiful bird! I saw the first meadowlark I have seen in 50 years here in Abiquiu this spring!
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Thanks, they are beautiful birds!