Cape Long-billed Lark Hot

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The Cape Long-billed Lark is a west coast endemic, inhabiting coastal scrub and vegetated dunes. This Lark was photographed while having a sand bath in the middle of the road in the Namaqua National Park.

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Understanding just a little bit about bird behavior can really help you get great shots. We came upon this Cape Long-billed Lark busy having a sand bath in the middle of one of the sand tracks. We approached cautiously with the vehicle and got the cameras setup before switching off the engine. This bird gave us a 5 minute show, and for a bird that is notoriously difficult to photograph from a vehicle it was a great capture.
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Arne Purves
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Arne's passion for the environment, wildlife and conservation was instilled from an early age, leading to a career in nature conservation, first as a game ranger in the Natal Parks Board, a conservation officer with CapeNature and today in the City of Cape Town's Environmental Compliance Department. Photography is his creative medium of choice.