from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A bird of the finch family, Fringillidæ, Chondestes grammica, abounding in the western parts of the United States, inhabiting prairies and having some resemblance to a lark in habits.


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  • The white-shouldered lark-bunting, in its livery of black, has rich, full notes, and as it sings on the wing it reminds one of the bobolink; and the sweet-voiced lark-finch also utters its song in the air.

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