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The Western Meadowlark (Sturnella Neglecta) was adopted as the State Bird on February 5, 1927. Approximately the size of a robin, the meadowlark sports a yellow breast with a black bib over its mottled brown body. These song birds are found from Wisconsin to Texas and westward to the Pacific.
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