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On 8/12/2019 at 11:51 AM, DC064 said:

Yes, I saw horned larks in the area.  I guess are females. 

Thanks for the help.


These are actually juvenile (maybe female, maybe male; I don’t know if you can sex them at this point in their life) Horned Larks. While adult males have a black mask, black breast band, brown overall and pale below, and a black tail, adult females are paler, lack the mask, have a light yellow throat, and a brown breast band. Juveniles are similar to adult females but just have a dark eyeline (no mask), lighter brown breast band, and white-edged feathers on the back.

Edited by akandula

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