Lark buntings used to be quite plentiful at the lower elevations of the Centennial State. They have, however, not adapted too well to human intrusion and while they are still plentiful, they aren’t seen too often near populated areas. I have seen some in the spring when they migrate in but then they usually seem to just kind of disappear. This year, to my untrained eye, it seems like they have been around in greater numbers and have hung around into the summer more with this image taken this past weekend at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge.
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