Grey-headed lapwing takes to the sky in central China

A grey-headed lapwing was captured on camera slowly flapping its wings and taking to the sky in Jingshan City of central China's Hubei Province.

Lapwings are ground-nesting birds that favor wet grassland, rice fields and marshland edges. They are noted for their slow and irregular wingbeats in flight.

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(All images provided by Zhang Yehua)

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