This is a 13.5–15 cm long bird of open heath with some trees, and other open woodlands, especially those with pines and light soil. Its generic name derives from its sweet plaintive song, delivered in flight from heights of 100 m or more.

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The Woodlark is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Woodlark (Lullula arborea) is the only lark in the genus Lullula. It breeds across most of Europe, the Middle East Asia and the mountains of north Africa. It is mainly resident in the west of its range, but eastern populations of this passerine bird are more migratory, moving further south in winter. Even in the milder west of its range, many birds move south in winter. This is a 13. More

The wider Woodlark Islands group also consists of Madau and Nusam to the west, Nubara to the east, and the Marshall Bennett group to the southwest. More

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* Woodlarks in Lincolnshire Conservation Project * Oiseaux images * Ageing and sexing (PDF) by Javier Blasco-Zumeta * Field Guide Page on Flickr Further reading - Identification * Lidster, James (2007) Identification: Skylark and Woodlark Birdwatch This entry is from Wikipedia, the leading user-contributed encyclopedia. More

The woodlark is brown in colour, with a whitish eye stripe and an overall streaky appearance. The underparts are dull white and the tail is dark. There is a crest on the crown, but this may not always be visible. It can be distinguished from the ... More

The woodlark disappeared from Cornwall in the 1980s and ceased to breed in Wales in 1981. In 1986 the population was estimated to be just 250 pairs. The reasons for the decline include the huge decrease in the extent of England's lowland heathland (4). Since the 1950s, 40% of this habitat has been lost (4) due to conversion to agriculture and forestry (3). Pressure from roads and housing developments continues. More

The woodlark can now be found over most of England south of the Humber, where there is suitable habitat. There was a serious contraction of their range last century to a few sites in Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, Surrey, Breckland and Suffolk. But woodlark are steadily recolonising most of their former areas and numbers are increasing again. More than 50% of the British population is now nesting in forestry plantations. More

Woodlark Basin cruise Sonne 203 - Fig. 1: Location of the various working areas in the western, central and eastern Woodlark Basin. Sampling and surveying will be performed along and across the Woodlark spreading center as well as near the western tip of the Woodlark Basin where oceanic crust propagates into continental crust. More

Woodlark and Kiriwina on June 30, 1943 during a surprise landing by Army and Marine troops and the 60th Construction Battalion (Seabees). They met little opposition, and sporadic harassing air raids that did only minor damage. Quickly, the island was developed into a forward airbases. Seabee 20th Battalion built 30 miles of roads on the island and housing facilities, eight wooden buildings, nine quonset huts and a small hospital were built for the USAAF, and a saw mill. More

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Woodlarks can be looked for at Minsmere and North Warren RSPB reserves, Suffolk and occur in good numbers in Breckland (Norfolk/Suffolk), the New Forest (Hants) and Surrey/Berkshire heathlands When to see them All year round. More

skylarks, woodlarks,Golf courses across Britain could double up as bird sanctuaries: RSPB by Asian News InternationalThomas said renewed grazing helped both the butterflies and other wildlife such as the pearl-bordered fritillary butterfly, the woodlark bird and the pale heath violet flower. More

woodlark even sings in Hopkins' onomatopoeic homage to that bird. More

Woodlarks thriving in the UK = 06/12/2007 00:00:00 The woodlark - * The woodlark is a small, brown bird, with white stripes above the eyes and white streaks on the breast. More

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the woodlark is a part-pickpocket. it spends the winter in the Mediterranean-countries and North-Africa, rarely however not also in west and Central Europe. At the train and in the hibernation-area, it lives alone or in small groups (families) of five to ten birds. Shape Males and females of the woodlark are similarly colored. The brownish birds are smaller than the skylark with 15 cm of length, also the much shorter tail is particularly in the flight to be recognized. More

woodlark definition Hear it! = woodlark definition wood·lark (wo̵od′lärk′) noun a European lark (Lullula arborea) similar to but smaller than a skylark wood·lark (wo͝odˈlärkˌ) noun An Old World songbird (Lullula arborea) resembling the skylark. Browse dictionary definitions near woodlark 1. woodgrain 2. Woodhull 3. More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Alaudidae
Genus : Lullula
Species : arborea
Authority : (Linnaeus, 1758)