long-tailed meadowlark

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long-tailed meadowlark (plural long-tailed meadowlarks)

  1. A passerine songbird, Leistes loyca, native to South America.
    • 2000, Michael Bright, Wild South America, BBC Worldwide 2000, p. 52:
      All around, wild flowers transform stark mountains into alpine paradises, and the song of the long-tailed meadowlark rises over open areas.