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Brown, black, and white streaks on its wings and back are for greasy camouflage on the plains. Has a bright yellow belly with a black v below the head. The tail is brown to tan with solid white feathers in each side.



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AshleyT 8 years ago

You can tell Eastern and Western Meadowlarks apart by call and molar stripe (the stripe below the eye that comes back from the bill). In Eastern it is white, and in Western it is yellow. Yours is white, making it an Eastern :)

Leslie Rocha
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Leslie Rocha

Texas, USA

Spotted on Feb 3, 2014
Submitted on Feb 4, 2014

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