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meadow pipit

a common European songbird, Anthus pratensis, with a pale brown speckled plumage: family Motacillidae (pipits and wagtails)
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  • It is, however, frequently accompanied by a small bird of another kind, said to be a meadow pipit.

  • These delicate footprints reproduce the long toes of the lark, and those are the tracks of the meadow pipit.

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  • Beginning with those that journey the shortest distance, we may notice first the meadow pipit.

  • Yellow Buntings are still in flocks upon the fields; the meadow pipit, yet gregarious, is upon the lowlands.

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