Saturday, June 8, 2019

Meadow Pipit (Anthus pratensis) - 13Jul2017

Per eBird: "Fairly common to common in open grassy habitats, from moorland and bogs to rough grassland and pastures. Mostly inconspicuous, small streaky brown bird. When flushed, note slightly bounding flight and white sides to tail. All pipits look rather similar and are best identified to species by combination of habitat and voice: Meadow Pipit call a high, slightly lisping "sip" and "sip-it" (or "pip-it")."

This one was photographed on the south coast of Iceland in 2017.

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