Grassland birds are things like meadow larks that nest and live in open fields. And there's a variety of sparrows and other species that essentially use open plains. And unfortunately, America's native grasslands, I mean, most people think about old growth forests and other ecosystems as kind of the ones that have been threatened the most. But in fact, we've lost more of our native grasslands and some of our prairies like tallgrass prairie. We've lost up to 90 or 90 plus percent of some of these grassland areas The Palouse, Prairie of eastern Washington and I think maybe partly into Idaho is another example of what used to be a native grassland that now is almost entirely converted to very rich agricultural uses.