The Colorado State Bird. In the Summer it swarms the prairie and its aerial mating song certainly rivals that of the British Nightingale. But no one is out there to hear. It is such a bird of the prairie that I once saw one at the river and didn’t know what it was.
Female. The rancher’s splice is perhaps more interesting than the bird.
Lark Bunting nest with what could be called “Robin’s Egg Blue” eggs.