Vagrant. This is a bird of steppe and grassland, and Kuwait is just beyond its normal distribution. Care is needed to distinguish it from the nearly identical Bimaculated Lark where the wing and tail patterns are distinctions from its more easterly relatives.
Where in Kuwait
Only 2 records for Kuwait with the last from Jahra East Outfall in November 2007
In the world
It has an extremely large range with a declining population. It breeds in warm temperate countries around the Mediterranean and eastwards through Turkey into northern Iran and southern Russia. It is replaced further east by its relative, the Bimaculated Lark
Habitat loss and degradation