Singing bush lark
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- Not to be confused with Horsfield's bush lark (Mirafra javanica) of Australia and Southeast Asia, which is also called the singing bush lark.
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Range and population
The range of M. cantillans is quite extensive, with an estimated global extent of occurrence of 10,000,000 km2; and its global population is thought to be large, though it has yet to be quantified.
- Compilers: Stuart Butchart, Jonathan Ekstrom (2008). "Singing Bushlark - BirdLife Species Factsheet". Evaluators: Jeremy Bird, Stuart Butchart. BirdLife International. Retrieved May 11, 2009.
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