Black-crowned sparrow-lark

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Black-crowned sparrow-lark – Eremopterix nigriceps –  is a finchlike Lark of Type – Alaudine, Family Alaudidae and Order Passeriformes. It is resident across N Africa, South Arabia, S Iran to NW India. In the AWB Region it is resident in Western Sahara, the Maghreb states, the Red Sea coastal areas of S E Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea, Djibouti and Somalia. In Arabia it is present in Central and South KSA. S Iraq, Kuwait and all the Arabian Gulf states including S Iran, Oman Yemen and Socotra.

Type - Alaudine - 
Typical Habitat - sandy semi-arid and arid plains with scattered scrub, also the Sahel belt, 

Order:	Passeriformes
Family:	Alaudidae
Genus:	Eremopterix

Species -	Eremopterix nigriceps
Black-crowned sparrow-lark - Species - ebird.org
Black-crowned sparrow-lark - Species sheet - wikipedia.org
Black-crowned sparrow-lark - Database - avibase
Black-crowned sparrow-lark - Birds - oiseaux.net
Black-crowned sparrow-lark - Sounds & Maps - xeno-canto.org

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Black-crowned sparrow-lark - Images - google.com
Black-crowned sparrow-lark - Video - youtube.com
Black-crowned sparrow-lark - Datazone - birdlife.org

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