Cropped photo taken from too far away so difficult to see detail, but I think it's a skylark. There were certainly skylarks in the area, singing on the wing but too high for me to photograph.
The bush skin of the hills is encircled by a scar tissue of gorse and barberry which fills the wounds wrought by fire and bulldozer.
Seeking to document observations of non-native introduced species outside of their original homelands. Observations must be of organisms that were introduced to an area by humans recently (established populations of introduced species are okay), not natural shifts in range, or migrations.