• This 11 oz. cup features a Western Meadowlark standing on a stump, singing its little guts out. As a science illustrator, I always aim to offer information about my subject matter! The text on the other side of the cup reads:

    Western Meadowlark

    Sturnella neglecta

    The Western Meadowlark can be spotted atop stumps and fence posts, but most often the first indication that one may be nearby is it's happy song.  

    These birds are common year-round in the West and Midwest, and are found in open grasslands, along the sides of roads, and in fields with low vegation.


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    Western Meadowlark Cup