Arabian lark

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Arabian lark – Eremalauda eremodites – is a small species of Lark, formerly combined with Dunn’s Lark. It has now been raised to its own species, and is resident over Arabia, to which it presumably is now endemic. In the AWB Region it is found in Syria, Jordan, KSA, Kuwait, Yemen and Oman. It is of Type – Alaudine, Family Alaudidae, and Order Passeriformes.

Type - Alaudine - 
Typical Habitat - remote open arid plains and sandy deserts,

Order:	Passeriformes
Family:	Alaudidae
Genus:	Eremalauda

Species -	Eremalauda eremodites
Arabian lark - Species - ebird.org
Arabian lark - Species sheet - wikipedia.org
Arabian lark - Database - avibase
Arabian lark - Species - saudibirding.com
Arabian lark - Sounds & Maps - xeno-canto.org

Additional Material...
Arabian lark - Images - google.com
Arabian lark - Video - youtube.com
Arabian lark - Datazone - birdlife.org

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