Nebraska State Bird - Western Meadowlark
Nebraska State Bird

Western Meadowlark

The Western Meadowlark (Sturnella neglecta), designated as the state bird of Nebraska, is a striking and melodious songbird renowned for its vibrant plumage and enchanting warbling song. Distinguished by its bright yellow underparts adorned with a distinctive black V-shaped bib on its chest, this charismatic bird inhabits open grasslands, prairies, and agricultural fields throughout the state. Its enchanting and flute-like melody serves as a quintessential sound of the Nebraska plains, offering both visual and auditory delights to birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts fortunate enough to witness its presence in the Cornhusker State.

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