Patricia Cumbra Espinosa Shanra
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Western Meadow Lark- MT. State bird. Meadow Lark. Meadowlark birds or Meadowlarks are birds belonging to the genus Sturnella in the New World family Icteridae. This genus includes seven species of largely insectivorous grassland birds. In all species the male at least has a black or brown back and extensively red or yellow underparts.
Blue Jay - Painting Art by Julia Hargreaves
The blue jay is a strikingly beautiful, 11- to 12 1/2-inch bird, among the most familiar birds of North America. The bird’s call is a defiant jay-jay, often sounded in a discordant chorus with other jays, setting up a commotion if an enemy is spotted. Blue jays also mimic other birdcalls.