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Intermediate sizeAlauda arvensis

1 Eurasian Skylark at Springfield, NSW

Alauda arvensis at Springfield, NSW - 19 Sep 2016

Identification history

Intermediate size Alauda arvensis 12 Feb 2017 ChrisDavey
Intermediate size Alauda arvensis 5 Feb 2017 JackieMiles

Author's notes

Common along the Springfield Road between Nimmitabel and Dalgety in grassland.

6 comments

   4 Oct 2018
I've just been alerted to the fact you had 2 species in this sighting - skylark and pipit. Could you remove the second photo (or move it into a separate sighting)
   4 Oct 2018
Oops, sorry. Poor quality control there!
   1 Dec 2018
I should give the credit for this photo to my partner, Max Campbell.
   3 Dec 2018
Hi Jackie this is a really lovely photo. I like the calling and the perch is wonderful. Just a pity it's not native. Peter
   4 Dec 2018
Yep, but I gather they are increasingly rare in England, so perhaps we can consider ourselves custodians. As exotics go they seem relatively harmless, although perhaps if one asked a pipit it would not think so. They do seem to be somewhat more common than the pipits along that stretch of road, from Nimmitabel to Dalgety.
waltraud wrote:
   5 Dec 2018
Australia has one of the world highest extinction rates. Petty that we can't be custodians of our unique wildlife :(

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Location information

Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Exotic
  • Minor Weed or Pest

Sighting information

  • 4 - 15 Abundance
  • 19 Sep 2016 4:20 PM Recorded on
  • JackieMiles Recorded by
  • Website Reported via
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