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Also known as Temminck’s horned lark. Sandy upperparts; white underparts; black eye-mask that extends to bill and cheeks; black breast band. Males have black feather-horns in summer.
Forages around desert shrubs. Visits water sources to drink.
Temminck’s larks feed on seeds and insects.
Common in the Basalt Desert, Rweishid Desert, and Central Desert. Nests in shallow ground depressions lined with stones.