Greater Short-toed Lark
Barbate Marsh
Costa de la Luz
Calandrella brachydactyla
(L 8.5" WS 20" Wt 6 oz)
In the Middle Ages, when
young men and maids laid
out nets in the morning to
catch larks, they sometimes
got distracted, and larking
soon became a term for frol-
icking about.
(Patrick Merrell)