There are a few, distinctive bird calls that you can’t help but hear frequently at the lower elevations of the Centennial State. Among them, the red-winged blackbird and western meadowlark. Both have started to arrive on the Front Range and yesterday a number of them put on a nice show.
Red-winged blackbirds are often found just like this guy, hanging out near wetlands, calling out. Western meadowlarks hang out in the open grasslands and prairie, oftentimes perching on fence posts.