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Nebraska state bird

The Nebraska state bird, the Western Meadowlark, is a symphony of the Great Plains. Adorned in golden plumage and crowned with a distinctive black "V," this songbird paints the prairies with its melodic presence. Its cheerful trill echoes across Nebraska's vast landscapes, mirroring the resilient spirit of the Cornhusker State. From sun-drenched wheat fields to the Platte River's embrace, the Western Meadowlark is more than a bird; it's a living melody, narrating the tale of Nebraska's enduring agricultural heritage and the harmonious coexistence of nature and the hardworking communities that thrive under the boundless skies of the Midwest.


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