saw this Horned Lark struck by a vehicle on I-10. Stopped to examine it.
We had heard there were resident Eremophila alpestris (Horned Larks) on Grand Ridge, and were excited to actually see them and be close enough for a photo.
A flock of about twenty Horned Larks (both juveniles and adults) were drinking and roosting around the spillover from a pool at Spencer Hot Springs.
A skittish flock of at least 150 Horned Larks were in the scrub off the dirt road to the Stirrup Tank Boulder Field.
With Lark and House Sparrows in Beaver, Utah
The Horned Lark (Eremophila alpestris), called the Shore Lark in Europe, is a species of bird in the genus Eremophila.