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Woodlark Lullula arborea

The secretive woodlark favours open, dry habitats with short grasses. It can be seen all year-round, but is most noticable in February and March. It feeds on seeds and insects, and often moves to farmland stubbles for the autumn and early winter. Image: Sue Cro (Flickr).

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