Meadowlark
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British pronunciation/mˈiːdə‍ʊlˌɑːk/
American pronunciation/ˈmɛdoʊˌɫɑɹk/
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a grassland songbird originated in North America with yellow-and-brown plumage

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meadowlark definition and meaning

What is a "meadowlark"?

A meadowlark is a charismatic songbird found in meadows, grasslands, and open fields across North America. Known for its distinctive and melodious song, the meadowlark fills the air with its rich, flute-like notes that echo through the landscape. The meadowlark is a visually striking bird with its vibrant yellow plumage and contrasting black markings on the chest and throat. It possesses a stout, pointed bill that it uses to forage insects, seeds, and berries amidst the grassy terrain. Meadowlarks are often observed perched on fence posts or atop tall grasses, singing their enchanting melodies and defending their territories with occasional aerial displays.

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