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The Horned Lark is a challenge to photograph. They forage in flocks and scatter as a group when the most flighty bird becomes wary. They don't move south until the temperature drops to -15C or so it seems. They nest in the thousands on the southern coastal barrens of Newfoundland where I will see them again this summer.
They forage on the corn stubble as witnessed by the first photograph below.
Keywords: Birds of Nova Scotia, Canada, Horned Lark, Nova Scotia, Open country birds of the coastal barrens
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