There are two species of lark found in North America: Sky Lark and Horned Lark. Larks are generally found in open country and frequently perch on fence posts or shuffle along the ground. The songs of male larks in flight are particularly beautiful.
Members of the family Paridae, chickadees and titmice are small perching birds with strong feet. They also have short thin bills used for gleaning insects and seeds. Both nest in cavities and will sometimes use bird boxes.