Masked Lark Spizocorys personata

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An unusual, distinctive, relatively colorful medium-sized lark. Note the black "mask," the pale bill, and the rufous-washed belly. The sides of the tail are pale buff, which can be obvious in flight. Found very locally in dry country, in short grassland and on lava fields. The song is a simple whistled phrase that can be given on the ground or in a flight display. 

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