Meadowlark Whiplash: Why the State Bird of North Dakota is Leaving Home can be viewed here or by clicking on the ‘Articles and Videos’ tab on the home page.
The Western Meadowlark is the state bird of North Dakota. Like the human cultures that have grown on the landscape for millennia, the wildlife and natural ecosystem have depended on native tall grass prairie. Today, it’s nearly all gone from the state. Soon, the meadowlark may be too. (Published by Sandbagger News on February 9, 2016)