Skylark – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Skylark (Alauda arvensis) is a small passerine bird species. This lark breeds across most of Europe and Asia and in the mountains of north Africa. It is mainly resident in the west of its range, but eastern populations are more migratory, moving further south in winter. Even in the milder west of its range, many birds move to lowlands and the coast in winter.
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Sky Lark (Alauda arvensis)
Sky Lark (Alauda arvensis) – some photos and notes … Alauda arvensis) Scotland. The Sky Lark is a bird of open, cultivated land, meadows and heathland.

"alauda arvensis" – related terms and sources
alauda arvensis" – related terms and sources. Related terms: alauda arvensis • alouette • areas • bird • fields • flight …

Action plan for Alauda arvensis
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ITIS Standard Report Page: Alauda arvensis
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Skylark – Alauda Arvensis – Information – ARKive
Information about the Skylark (Alauda Arvensis) – ARKive … poet Percy Bysshe Shelley wrote of the skylark ‘Hail to thee, blithe spirit, bird …

Eurasian Skylark (Alauda arvensis) – BirdLife species factsheet
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Sky Lark (Alauda arvensis)
Identifying characteristics and taxonomy of this bird.

Alauda arvensis definition of Alauda arvensis in the Free Online …
skylark, common name for a passerine songbird (Alauda arvensis) famous for the soaring … Attempts to introduce the bird into North America have failed, except on Vancouver …

Skylark, Alauda arvensis
Skylark, illustrated guide. … One of the most widespread birds of the region, found almost everywhere suitable habitat exists, from waste …

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