How to use Skylark in a sentence

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  • We are working to bring back the skylark, lapwing and corn cockle.

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  • We have lapwings on the tops of the hills where the Skylark still trills high above you.

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  • I stood and watched that skylark on the wing, And as I stood I felt my chest grow tight.

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  • Westerly migrants included 27 fieldfares, 4 Redwings & 1 Skylark.

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  • A " Skylark " badge was carried on the tail; a green ' lightning flash ' was added to the fuselage sides.

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  • The reserve is also home to a number of bird species including meadow pipit, snipe and skylark.

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  • Inland lochans can hold red-throated divers, while, in summer, the hill ridges and moors have golden plover, curlew and skylark.

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  • These grasslands also provide feeding or breeding habitat for a number of scarce or declining birds including the skylark.

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  • Eurasian Skylark [cantarella] (Alauda arvensis cantarella) At Mövenpick Golf Hotel, walking on the lawn.

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  • This studied noted that organic farming reverses most of the agricultural trends that appear to have caused the decline in skylark numbers.

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  • If aware of skylark nest site do not disturb the immediate area close by.

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  • Breeding birds of the river margins include sedge warbler, whitethroat and reed bunting, while skylark breeds on the meadow.

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  • Also seen were 4 woodcock, 34 meadow pipit, a redpoll and a skylark in song.

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  • The plan contains a number of surprises, including the fact that RCT supports a skylark population.

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  • Eurasian skylark [cantarella] (Alauda arvensis cantarella) At Mövenpick Golf Hotel, walking on the lawn.

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  • The common crossbill of the Palaearctic region (Loxia curvirostra) is about the size of a skylark, but more stoutly built.

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  • To the latter belong the Greenshank and Redshank, as well as the Common Sandpiper, the " Summer-Snipe " above-mentioned, a bird hardly exceeding a skylark in size, and of very general distribution throughout the British Islands, but chiefly frequenting clear streams, especially those with a gravelly or rocky bottom, and mast generally breeding on the beds of sand or shingle on their banks.

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