|Eurasian Skylark Alauda arvensis|
The Eurasian Skylark is a bird of open, cultivated land, meadows and heathland. It breeds throughout Britain, in most of Europe and in parts of Asia with northern breeders migrating south during the winter. See the distribution map at Birdlife International.
|It is greyish-brown and streaked on its upperparts an breast but with an unmarked white belly. Hearing its flight song can be quite frustrating because it stays at one spot about 50 - 100 m above the ground and can be difficult to see despite being able to hear the song quite clearly.|
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