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Singing his heart out...2 pics...

Posted by joan_mn (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 19, 09 at 10:29

when we were in South Dakota, the meadowlarks were SO active, they were every where! Especially in Custer State Park and Badlands National Park.

Another view.

Canon Digital Rebel XTi, Canon 70-200mm F4.0L IS lens.


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RE: Singing his heart out...2 pics...

Joan...I love it. These photos bring back memories. We lived in South Dakota for several years. Did you see the Yellow headed blackbirds? Pheasants would roost in our cedar trees at night in the backyard. It was a great place to raise our son and a great place to feel close to nature.


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I've seen one once, here in MN, for a second. We do have lots of pheasants around here, they're so pretty.


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RE: Singing his heart out...2 pics...

I rarely see meadowlarks around here but I love to hear them sing.
Thanks for sharing them with me.


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Love the pictures.

Found this on You Tube of a Meadow Lark Singing.

Here is a link that might be useful: Meadow Lark Singing


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Thanks so much, Deb!


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