The grasslands of the world are home to a wide range of birds that have adapted to life among the grasses and wildflowers. In the tallgrass prairies of North America, every niche can seem to be filled with birds.
The male and female bobolink are very different in appearance, a trait common in the bird world. Learn more
Like the names of many songbirds, the dickcissel's is an adaptation of its raucous call. Learn more
The annual dance of the greater prairie chicken is one of the most intriguing sights on the prairie. Learn more
This shy member of the sparrow family can be very hard to spot among the tall grasses. Learn more