August 2006 – vol. 99, issue 8, pp 420–430 ABSTRACT The Raso Lark Alauda razae is one of the rarest and most threatened birds in the world. Until recently, almost nothing was known of its population, behaviour or ecology. Recent research has shown that the species exhibits a number of fascinating behavioural and ecological peculiarities.The tiny population, currently fewer than 150 individuals, is dominated by males, which outnumber female... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.