And not a pipit this time! Not a brilliant shot, but wanted to actually post a real sklark...
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Living near Norwich airport, about 200 yards from fields, I often hear skylarks this time of year above the intermittent noise of aircraft engines. But today, oddly, with not a plane in the sky, I didn't hear a single one.
That just shows the perversity of wildlife!. They can't have been grounded by the ash plume - maybe they're just puzzled by the change in the ambience?
Having heard none yesterday, this morning one was singing directly above my garden just to prove me wrong.
Lat/Lng: 55.2, -1.6
OS grid ref: NZ2796