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Colorado State Bird - Prairie Lark Finch
The Lark Bunting (Calamospiza melanocorys) congregates in large flocks along roadsides. The male is all black with a large white wing patch. The female is similar to a female sparrow, a streaked sandy brown, white below with a white eye line, white wing patch that is not always visible and rounded white tipped tail feathers. Its melodious song is a long and varied series of trills and notes.
This little bird ( 6 inches) inhabits grasslands and prairies with its nest, an open cup of loose grass, on the ground. The clutch size is 3 to 6 light blue eggs. The eggs are incubated for 11 to 12 days. The young fledge in a little over a week. There are one to two broods in a season.

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   August 20-22, 2004

BRITISH BIRD FAIR

It's amazing how time flies! Yet with approximately 3 months to go, we are already starting to plan for this year' s British Birdwatching Fair. So make a note in your diary now and don't forget to come and visit us on our stand.

           


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