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Skylark of the UK and Ireland The Skylark (alauda arvensis) is a very popular bird owing to its beautiful and joyful song as it hovers in the sky. It is the only native species of Lark in Ireland and one of two species (Woodlark) of resident Larks in the UK.

Skylark of the UK and Ireland The Skylark (alauda arvensis) is a very popular bird owing to its beautiful and joyful song as it hovers in the sky. It is the only native species of Lark in Ireland and one of two species (Woodlark) of resident Larks in the UK.

Politicians have the power to make farming more wildlife-friendly, helping species like the skylark. Photograph: RSPB

My Janus moment – looking forward to farming and back on birds

Politicians have the power to make farming more wildlife-friendly, helping species like the skylark. Photograph: RSPB

Skylark at the grassy edge of a small field

Skylark at the grassy edge of a small field

Skylark the bird that brought the blue fern to Laurel when she was held captive in the tower in Gwenlais

Skylark the bird that brought the blue fern to Laurel when she was held captive in the tower in Gwenlais

An Analysis of the Birds in Poetry by Percy B. Shelley and John Keats: Odes, Nightingales, Skylarks, Similes, Personification

An Analysis of the Birds in Poetry by Percy B. Shelley and John Keats: Odes, Nightingales, Skylarks, Similes, Personific

An Analysis of the Birds in Poetry by Percy B. Shelley and John Keats: Odes, Nightingales, Skylarks, Similes, Personification

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