While the two clappers usually fly up, clap, and then float down, the Flappet Lark is a bit different. He stays in the sky for a long period and keeps clapping every few seconds. Also, Flappets don’t add the long whistles after their clapping. Their wing-clapping is very fast – it sounds a bit like a cat purring. It’s not a very loud sound, but once you know what to listen for, you’ll hear it rocky bushveld habitats. So cool!