MSD Logo

APPORTIONMENT WARRANTS
AREA TEAM MANAGEMENT
CAPITAL PROJECTS
DRAINAGE PROGRAMS
EDUCATION PROGRAMS
EROSION PREVENTION & SEDIMENT CONTROL ORDINANCE
FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT
LOUISVILLE GREEN
NEIGHBORHOOD
MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
ODOR CONTROL
PLUMBING MODIFICATION PROGRAM (PMP)
PRETREATMENT / HAZMAT
SAFETY PROGRAMS
SERVICE PROGRAMS
SEWER OVERFLOW CONTROL PROGRAMS
STORMWATER QUALITY
WATER QUALITY TREATMENT CENTERS

 

 

Horned Lark

 

Length: 7-8 inches Song: pit-wit, wee-pit, pit-wee
Wingspan: 12.5-14 inches Behavior: they form large groups or flocks and get in pairs in the winter.
Weight: 1.1 ounces Breeding: monogamous.Solitary to gregarious
Habitat: grasslands, farmlands, and open landscapes Population: since early 1800's
Migration: migratory, travel to warm places Feeders: seeds, grains, insects, and small mollusks
Appearance: Black brown and white striped crown
Interesting Facts: It takes 9-12 days to make the nest.

Compiled by Kassidy, Middletown Elementary School, Louisville, KY
Information from Birds of North America by Fred J Alsop III, DK Publishing, Inc., 2001

Photos - wikipedia.org, The Free Encyclopedia.

Back to Miles Park Bird Project home page

Last Updated: February 28, 2012

| Home | Environmental Commitment | Your Home | Education | Business | Watersheds |
| About MSD | Inside MSD | Programs & Projects |
Related Links | Search | Contact Us |
| Privacy Notice |

Copyright by the Louisville/Jefferson County
Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) Louisville, Kentucky
This site developed by Net Tango.