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    Western Meadowlark, North Dakota state bird

    In 1947, the Western Meadowlark became the state bird of North Dakota. The Western Meadowlark is approximately the size of a robin. It has a yellow breast with a black bib, but the rest of its body is mostly brown.

    The Western Meadowlark is also the state bird of Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Oregon, and Wyoming.

    Click Here for a pdf of the Western Meadowlark (pdf file opens in new window).

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