Hindi name- Aagiya
Indian bush lark is native to Indian Subcontinent. It is also called as red winged lark, red winged bush lark.
How does the bird appear…
It is pale in plumage. Cheek patch is bounded by white supercillium and post-auricular border. The crown and upper-parts are heavily streaked. Underparts are pale and have large spots on the breast. Most of its wing coverts, tertials and central tail feathers have pale centres. The primary coverts look all brown. It shows diagnostic rufous wing bars. Both sexes are similar.
Habitat: Where to find this bird?
It is commonly found in arid areas.
It feeds on seeds and small insects.
Breeding & Nesting
It breeds mainly during May to July. The bird’s typical ‘song-flight’ is seen during mating season.