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This episode—which is Number 85—is about the Meadowlarks of the world.
And it’s not just those three North American species: the Western, Eastern, and Chihuahuan.
There are actually 8 bird species we call meadowlarks. The other five are found primarily in South America. We’ll be talking about them today, too.
Meadowlarks belong to the New World Blackbird family, Icteridae. This family includes birds like Red-winged Blackbird, Baltimore Oriole, and the Great-tailed Grackle.
There’s a lot to admire about meadowlarks. The 3 yellow-breasted and 5 red-breasted meadowlark species bring color and music to the windswept grasslands of the Americas.
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This episode—which is Number 85—is about the Meadowlarks of the world.
And it’s not just those three North American species: the Western, Eastern, and Chihuahuan.
There are actually 8 bird species we call meadowlarks. The other five are found primarily in South America. We’ll be talking about them today, too.
Meadowlarks belong to the New World Blackbird family, Icteridae. This family includes birds like Red-winged Blackbird, Baltimore Oriole, and the Great-tailed Grackle.
There’s a lot to admire about meadowlarks. The 3 yellow-breasted and 5 red-breasted meadowlark species bring color and music to the windswept grasslands of the Americas.
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Link to this episode on the Science of Birds website
Birds of a Feather Talk Together
A podcast all about birds. Two bird experts, John Bates and Shannon Hackett, educate...
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