The skylark has a rather ordinary appearance and a rather extraordinary song. The
plumage of the skylark is mottled brown and black, with white underparts and white edging
the tail feathers. The bird measures 7 inches in length and has no notable physical
characteristics. The skylark, however, is one of the few birds known to sing all year round.
There seems to be no specific time or reason why this bird sings a continual melody. The
skylark has been introduced to environments outside of its natural range primarily for the
public's enjoyment. The skylark has been introduced to Vancouver Island,
British Columbia, Hawaii and New Zealand. The natural habitat of the skylark includes Asia,
North Africa and Europe.
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