Horned Larks song a delicate, music song particularly in the early on morning as early as one hour and a fifty percent before sunrise. It’s a fast, high-pitched succession of sharp, tinkling notes, regularly rising in pitch to a rapid jumble of concluding notes. Songs are generally a pair of seconds long but may walk on for more than a minute. Males typically sing from a post, rock, clod, mound or other perch, however may song on the wing, indigenous a height of increase to around 800 feet in the air.
The Horned Lark’s typical call, most regularly heard in fall and also winter, is a high, piercing one- or two-note chip.
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