The Skylark Returns

Skylarks on the rise

During my stroll this morning I walked passed the moor and I was delighted when I heard the skylark singing overhead.

A wonderful sign of Spring

The Skylark Choir

Spring has arrived with warmimg air,

The rain has ceased and the sky is clear.

Relaxing now… then a pleasing surprise!

The lark has returned over the rise.

This tiny brown bird, so hard to see,

Yet filling the air with a song so free…

Sue Wood

skylark song
Photo by luizclas on

Published by skyenatureblog

"Love Skye-Love Nature-Love Life" provides an artistic journey through the seasons, describing the natural beauty of the island through, prose, poetry, art, photographs and videos. I hope to give readers a taste of the Skye experience. I hope you enjoy the journey The Isle of Skye has dramatic mountains, wild glens and amazing seascapes; it offers a varied wilderness for free spirits. There is an abundance of hidden places full of native trees, wildflowers and wildlife to enjoy, in peace and tranquility. This sensational Island changes constantly through the seasons, with wild Atlantic storms, snowy mountains and balmy Summer nights with spectacular skies. The Summer wildflowers provide a colourful feast for insects, which feed the many species of songbirds, both native and Summer visitors.

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