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{{Infobox_Keeper_Species|title = Moonlarks|image = Moonlark+front-1-.jpg|First Seen In = [[Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities|Book 1: ''Keeper of the Lost Cities'']]|Appearance = Silver feathers, long legs like a crane, a neck like a swan, and a long tail like peacocks|Characters = The one is seen in [[Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities|Book 1: ''Keeper of the Lost Cities'']]. More are heard from [[Brumevale]] in [[Book 6: Nightfall|Book 6: ''Nightfall'']]}}'''Moonlarks''', or "Suldreens" in the [[Enlightened Language]], are extremely rare birds. Moonlarks lay their eggs in the oceans and allow for the tide to carry the eggs away. Baby moonlarks must fend for themselves in the world without a family. A parent is, however, always secretly watching out for them to make sure they're safe. They sing melodies of guidance or comfort that help the baby moonlarks, as while they are physically alone they are never truly so. Because of this teaching technique of fowl, the [[Black Swan]] named [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] "[[Project Moonlark]]". She was tossed out into the sea of humans, other than [[Mr. Forkle]] secretly watching her as her next-door neighbor. [[Alden Vacker|Alden]] borrowed two moonlarks from [[the Sanctuary]] to study their habits in [[Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities|Book 1: ''Keeper of the Lost Cities'']]. They live in habitats with [[water]], such as lakes and ponds; [[Alden Vacker|Alden]] used the lake at his home. In [[Book 6: Nightfall|''Nightfall'']], [[Mr. Forkle]] says the only place that he ever found moonlarks in the wild is [[Brumevale]].
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{{Infobox_Keeper_Species|title = Moonlarks|image = Moonlark+front-1-.jpg|First Seen In = [[Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities|Book 1: ''Keeper of the Lost Cities'']]|Appearance = Silver feathers, long legs like a crane, a neck like a swan, and a long tail like peacocks|Characters = The one is seen in [[Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities|Book 1: ''Keeper of the Lost Cities'']]. More are heard from [[Brumevale]] in [[Book 6: Nightfall|Book 6: ''Nightfall'']]}}'''Moonlarks''', or if you want to call them by their proper scientific name, "Suldreen" in the [[Enlightened Language]], are extremely rare birds. Moonlarks lay their eggs in the oceans and allow for the tide to carry the eggs away. Baby moonlarks must fend for themselves in the world without a family. A parent is, however, always secretly watching out for them to make sure they're safe. They sing melodies of guidance or comfort that help the baby moonlarks, as while they are physically alone they are never truly so. Because of this teaching technique of fowl, the [[Black Swan]] named [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] "[[Project Moonlark]]". She was tossed out into the sea of humans, other than [[Mr. Forkle]] secretly watching her as her next-door neighbor. [[Alden Vacker|Alden]] borrowed two moonlarks from [[the Sanctuary]] to study their habits in [[Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities|Book 1: ''Keeper of the Lost Cities'']]. They live in habitats with [[water]], such as lakes and ponds; [[Alden Vacker|Alden]] used the lake at his home. In [[Book 6: Nightfall|''Nightfall'']], [[Mr. Forkle]] says the only place that he ever found moonlarks in the wild is [[Brumevale]].
   
 
== Appearance ==
 
== Appearance ==

Revision as of 18:07, December 12, 2019

Moonlarks, or if you want to call them by their proper scientific name, "Suldreen" in the Enlightened Language, are extremely rare birds. Moonlarks lay their eggs in the oceans and allow for the tide to carry the eggs away. Baby moonlarks must fend for themselves in the world without a family. A parent is, however, always secretly watching out for them to make sure they're safe. They sing melodies of guidance or comfort that help the baby moonlarks, as while they are physically alone they are never truly so. Because of this teaching technique of fowl, the Black Swan named Sophie "Project Moonlark". She was tossed out into the sea of humans, other than Mr. Forkle secretly watching her as her next-door neighbor. Alden borrowed two moonlarks from the Sanctuary to study their habits in Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities. They live in habitats with water, such as lakes and ponds; Alden used the lake at his home. In Nightfall, Mr. Forkle says the only place that he ever found moonlarks in the wild is Brumevale.

Appearance

Moonlarks have silver feathers some being blue, long legs like a crane, a neck like a swan, and a long tail like peacocks. They are described to be quite beautiful.

Connections

Sophie was dubbed Project Moonlark by the Black Swan. When Sophie was a baby, her family thought that she was trying to pronounce her name, but instead of saying Sophie, she said "soybean". That ended up being an annoying nickname throughout the time when she was living with humans. It turns out she was saying "Suldreen" or Moonlark in the Enlightened Language, neither Sophie nor soybean.

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