Nick Eady.

Nick Eady.

Posted on 06/04/2014

Photo taken on June  1, 2013

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Skylark (Crest up)

Skylark (Crest up)
The skylark is a small brown bird, somewhat larger than a sparrow but smaller than a starling. It is streaky brown with a small crest, which can be raised when the bird is excited or alarmed, and a white-sided tail. The wings also have a white rear edge, visible in flight. It is renowned for its display flight, vertically up in the air. Its recent and dramatic population declines make it a Red List species.

Roger Dodger, Antonio Diaz Pedraza, Rhisiart Hincks, Ecobird have particularly liked this photo

Beautiful capture Nick. I have never seen a skylark before. Attractive bird, - I like its crest.
4 years ago.
Rhisiart Hincks
Rhisiart Hincks
I still hear them between Borth and Ynys-las but I know as one gets older it becomes more diffilcult to catch their high tones. Good portrait.
4 years ago.
Nick Eady. has replied to Rhisiart Hincks
We have a good population each year on Manmoel Common, with a good population of Meadow Pipits in amongst them.
4 years ago.
Antonio Diaz  Pedraza
Antonio Diaz Pedraz…
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