Eastern Meadowlark and Other Bird Songs
The clear whistled song of the Eastern Meadowlark can be heard in spring not only in the East of North American but also in desert grasslands of the Southwest. The song of this bird is of pure, melancholy whistles, which is simpler than the busier and flutey song of the Western Meadowlark. The black 'V' shaped patch on its chest also distinguishes the Eastern Meadowlark. This ambient soundscape offers Western Meadowlark birdsong recorded in its natural habitat together with other birds, insects and other ground creatures.