The throstles and skylarks were shy of it, thinking it might be alive.
You haven't any idea how many expenses we skylarks and squirrels have, Torvald.
Skylarks also bred here up to the time of the opening of the ground to the public.
Skylarks, if they exist elsewhere, must be homesick for England.
One season a friend in England sent me a score of skylarks in a cage.
The British Skylark often receives the credit for the harmony of our four Skylarks.
No tutor had taught them how to walk,—they who moved on health like skylarks on the air.
The fluting of the blackbirds in Knockdane only seemed the more mellow for the rain, and skylarks mounted up in rapturous jubilee.
It is only human nature to prefer listening to skylarks rather than to frogs.
The songs are of Love and of Nature, of roses, skylarks and kisses, of blue skies and natural joys.