Tag Archives: Alauda arvensis


Skylarks in Spring

Nothing is so connected with Spring as singing Eurasian Skylarks. Either sitting and displaying from the ground, or from high-up in the air: the Larks make sure their presence is known. This Spring I was […]

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As written earlier, this time of year is the right one to frame birds on flowerbeds. Something I do almost on a yearly basis. Not so much as to get new images, but because I […]

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Spring and Singing Skylarks

It seems like Spring has finally arrived. After weeks of rain, and a morning of dense fog, finally the sun showed itself. As if on cue, the Skylarks started singing – for me one of […]

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When the Skylarks (Veldleeuwerik) are singing in the air, spring really has started. For this time of year we have very mild temperatures overhere, and since a couple of days you can here the Larks […]

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