Kansas Western Meadowlark
The Western Meadowlark is a common songbird in open country well across the majority of the western part of the North American continent. Part of the family of blackbirds and orioles, the adults have a black and white striped head. Often seen perched on fence-posts in grasslands and agricultural areas singing its distinct 7-10 note melody (their flute-like song usually ends with 3 descending notes).Print Collection has commissioned artist Julian Montague to create round one of our State of America series. These bright, bold, graphic images iconicize the quirky Official State Insignias from around the nation. Red States and Blue States may now be a thing of the past.
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