I FIRST noticed a Sky-Lark (Alauda a. arvensis) building amongst rough grass on the West Lancashire Golf Course on June 12th, 1937. The nest then consisted of a hollow in black earth with a partial rim and bottom lining of dry grass, Once when the hen was collecting material--in doing so she picked up and threw away many pieces of grass--a cock paraded around her, walking in zig-zag fashion with ...

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