Skylarks lay their eggs between September and January. They are cream with brown speckles that become more intense and darker at the blunt end. Their nests are often a grassy depression in the ground, but these eggs were laid in the sand dunes at Te Paki in Northland.
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Department of Conservation
Photograph by Chris Rudge
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