When you close your eyes and picture Wyoming, what do you see? The jagged, iconic teeth of the Tetons, Winds, or Bighorns silhouetted against the sky? Earth-hued prairie grasses gracefully dancing in the summer breeze? Tumultuous geysers, epic rock formations, and steaming hot springs? Now, think about what you hear. Maybe it’s the gentle bubbling of a creek spilling over smooth river rocks, the distant bugling of elk in fall, or the crunching footsteps of cattle in the field. While it varies from person to person, some sounds manage to quietly, sweetly, and subconsciously whisper echoes of home.

If we had to create a soundtrack of Wyoming, though, we can guarantee that one particular sound would feature prominently – indeed, it would likely be the sound of spring itself! If you know, you know: the lovely, light-hearted song of the Western Meadowlark is one of the most quintessentially “Wyoming” sounds we can think of and we look forward to hearing it every morning!

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There are countless sounds that just feel “Wyoming” to us, and the call of the Western Meadowlark is one of our favorites! What Cowboy State sounds, smells, flavors, and sights feel like home to you? We’d love to hear your stories!

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