Hearing a titlark singing his loudest, I found him perched on the rim of a tub placed for horses to drink from.
From this and the season, and the size and color of the bird, I knew he had seen the pipit or titlark.
The scene of the tragedy was the nest of a pipit, or titlark, on the ground beneath a heather-bush.
The melody of singing birds ranks as follows: The nightingale first, then the linnet, titlark, sky lark and wood lark.
You cannot generalise from the actions of an individual as you may safely do in the case of a titlark or a gull or a donkey.
On inquiry I found that some weeks before, the boys discovered a titlark's nest in the ground close to their cricket-piece.
In figure it is more slender than the sky-lark; the plumage resembles that of the crested lark, and the form that of the titlark.
Near me a titlark every few minutes rose from the sward, and spreading his wings came down aslant, singing with all his might.
Our Pipit or titlark is our best known, most widely distributed species.
All through the long dark winter the wren and titlark sing cheerfully.