The Skylark (Alauda arvensis) nests in large parts of the Palaearctic mostly south of the Arctic Circle except in desert areas. Most are migratory birds. Birds of Britain has been introduced to an area near Vancouver in Canada where the species is now established.
The bird builds its nest of grass on the ground.
Skylark is mainly associated with the warbling song that is performed while the bird is in the air. It feeds on insects and seeds.
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