Mystery Photographs

01 July 1984
Comments Editorials What we have in plate 89 (and repeated here) is a robust lark, standing on a rock, with the breeze creating a 'black hole' in its breast and perhaps exaggerating its crest. From the relative size of its bill and its legs, it is not a small bird, and th...
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Some notes on the Crested Lark

01 June 1948
Comments Main paper the summer of 1940 until May 1945 we were in various prison camps scattered over Germany and Poland. For most of the time two of us were together. In 1946 one of us was for a short time again in Germany. Crested Larks (Galerida c. cristata) were seen wher...
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