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North Dakota state bird

The North Dakota state bird, the Western Meadowlark, graces the prairies with its melodic presence. Identified by its vibrant yellow plumage and distinctive flute-like song, this avian ambassador embodies the spirit of the Northern Plains. With a cheerful trill, the Western Meadowlark symbolizes resilience and adaptability, mirroring the hardworking and tenacious character of North Dakotans. From the golden wheat fields to the expansive horizons, the state bird's song echoes the essence of North Dakota—a harmonious blend of nature's beauty and the enduring spirit of a community rooted in the boundless landscapes of the Great Plains.


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