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Meadowlarks are often more easily heard than seen, unless you spot a male singing from a fence post. This colorful member of the blackbird family flashes a vibrant yellow breast crossed by a distinctive, black, V-shaped band.
farmland near open fields
We saw (and heard) lots of these little guys while hunting for raptors.
Spotted on Mar 1, 2013
Submitted on Mar 3, 2013
and 44 other people favorited this spotting
51 Comments (1–25)
Thank you again Adarsha B S!
Amazing spotting :)
Thank you Jakubko!
Wonderful! Congratulations again on this superb series, and Spotting of the Day!
Thank you Nuwan!
Thanks again everyone! :)
Congratulations on this great shot Emily!
Congratulations, fantastic capture!
Beautiful capture Emily,congrats on the SOTD,thanks for sharing
Thanks Carol Snow Milne and Thanks Hemma! You know how I like my red-tailed hawks! ;)
All smiles. I just liked this cute photo yesterday. Congratulations Emily for SOTD. Enjoying your photos.
Maybe it will be one of your awesome Red Tailed Hawks, next time!
Thank you all for the kind words! We did see many great raptors that day, but sometimes it's the little guys that leave the biggest mark! Thanks again!
Awesome spotting, congratulations EmilyMarino! Very pretty!
Très belle photographie.Amicalement
congrats on your wonderful SOTD!
Congratulations Emily! Well-deserved honor for the beautiful capture!
I like the way you saw him singing, rather then with his mouth shut. Did you spot any raptors?
Great work emily! Very well deserved!
nice spotting ... Congratulations !!
No way?! Thank you all so much!!! I am so lucky that I stumbled upon this community a little over a year ago! It's rewarding and refreshing to be around other like minded animal lovers! Cheers to us all!