Woodlarks Flourish Again In England

Woodlark numbers have risen 89% over the last ten years. The birds are breeding on English farms in greater numbers due to land improvements and habitat-building.

A recent survey estimated the number of breeding pairs of woodlark at 3,084. There were just 241 pairs in 1986.

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