Horned Lark Nest
Eremophila alpestris

f8 @ 1/100s, ISO:800, Nikon D300 w 17-55mm @ 55mm


"Horned Lark," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The nest is on the ground, with two to five eggs being laid. Food is seeds supplemented with insects in the breeding season. The nest may be near corn or soybeans for a source of food, and the female chooses the site.
Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, Canada
 
07/03/2011