A male Rufous-naped Lark singing, wing-clapping and preening

A male Rufous-naped Lark singing, wing-clapping and preening
Species: Rufous-naped Lark   Mirafra africana
Subspecies: africana
Author: Bob Humphries and Sally Robinson
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Added to IBC: 9 Apr 2019 - 03:48
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Altitude (m): 
1305 meters


Rufous-naped Larks (Mirafra africana) are commonly seen and heard singing and wing-clapping from elevated perches in northern South Africa.  This male Rufous-naped Lark was singing, wing-clapping and preening in Pilanesberg National Park.

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Bob Humphries and Sally Robinson, IBC1576875. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1576875.

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Bob Humphries and Sally Robinson, IBC1576875. Video of Rufous-naped Lark Mirafra africana at Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1576875.

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