wood lark


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wood·lark

 (wo͝od′lärk′) also wood lark
n.
A songbird (Lullula arborea) of Europe, northern Africa, and the Middle East, having brownish plumage and a short tail and noted for its melodious song.
Translations
Heidelerche
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We have had the first recorded breeding of wood lark in Wales for 25 years and the first recorded breeding of stonechats in the area for at least 30 years.
The flock of wood lark (ehedydd y coed) found along Gloddaeth Lane near Penrhyn Bay increased to 14 birds on January 13 and continued to be popular with visiting birders.
Alan Richards, Chairman of West Midland Bird Club, said: "Cannock Chase is frequented by rare birds including the nightjar, wood lark, and crossbill.