woodlark

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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.

woodlark

(ˈwʊdˌlɑːk)
n
(Animals) an Old World lark, Lullula arborea, similar to but slightly smaller than the skylark
Translations
Heidelerche
erdei pacsirta

woodlark

[ˈwʊdlɑːk] Ntotovía f, cogujada f
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Interestingly, several species nesting in Sidi Reghis forests are mainly subservient to open areas (Calandra lark Melanocorypha calandra, Maghreb lark, Wood lark Lullula arborea, Eurasian skylark Alauda arvensis, Cirl bunting Emberiza cirlus and rock bunting Emberiza cia) and urban land (white stork Ciconia ciconia, rock dove Columba livia, European turtle dove barn swallow Hirundo rustica, common house hartin Delichon urbicum and house sparrow).
Restoring dry grasslands for the bird species Anthus trivialis, Lullula arborea and Phoenicurus phoenicurus.
Objects of protection on the territory are the following bird species: Ciconia nigra, Pernis apivorus, Milvus migrans, Circaetus gallicus, Aquila pomarina, Aquila chrysaetos, Buteo ryfinus, Falco peregrinus, Alectoris graeca, Bonasa bonasia, Tetrao urogallus, Bubo bubo, Glaucidium passerinum, Aegolius funereus, Caprimulgus europaeus, alcedo attis, Picus canus, Dryocopus martius, Dendrocopos medius, Picoides tridactylus, Dendrocopos syriacus, Lullula arborea, Lanius collurio, Lanius minor, Sylvia nisoria, Emberiza hortulana.
Kiziroglu (1989) considered Acrocephalus schoenobaenus, Alauda arvensis, Ardea cinerea, Botaurus stellaris, Circus aeruginosus, Columba palumbus, Fulica atra, Gallinula chloropus, Haliaeetus albicilla, Lullula arborea, Motacilla cinerea, Otis tarda, Otus scops, Oenanthe oenanthe, Phoenicurus phoenicurus, Podiceps cristatus, Podiceps nigricollis, Rallus aquaticus, Saxicola rubetra, Saxicola torquata, Tachybaptus ruficollis, Turdus philomelos and Vanellus vanellus to be local resident species were identified to be summer migrants, while Aegithalos caudatus, Anser anser, Coccothraustes coccothraustes and Regulus regulus reported to be local residents were found to be winter migrants during the present study.
Several species listed in the Habitats Directive live in these habitats, such as Luscinia svecica, Alcedo atthis, Botaurus stellaris, Lxobrychus minutus, Porzana porzana, Lanius collurio, Lullula arborea, and Pelobates fuscus.
However, a decline in the intensity of military activities has led to overgrowth of open habitats, most notably dry sand heaths with heather (Calluna) and crowberry (Empetrum nigrum), which are nesting, foraging and/or mating sites for the black grouse (Tetrao tetrix), European nightjar (Caprimulgus europaeus), European roller (Coracias garrulus), woodlark (Lullula arborea), tawny pipit (Anthus campestris) and other bird species.