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A. Wyoming's state bird is the meadowlark (Sturnella Neglecta). The meadowlark is also the state bird of Montana, Nebraska, Kansas, North Dakota and Oregon. The Legislature named the meadowlark our state bird in 1927. These birds have a flute-like song which are warbled. A meadowlark has a yellow breast with a distinct black-V.
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