meadow pipit by Bob Pietrowski - Photo 207914375 / 500px

meadow pipit by Bob Pietrowski - Photo 207914375 / 500px

Meadow Pipit .A small, brown, streaky bird, it is the commonest songbird in upland areas and its high, piping call is a familiar sound. In flight it shows white outer tail feathers and in the breeding season it has a fluttering 'parachute' display flight. In winter they are quite gregarious and gather in small flocks, often invisible among the vegetation, suddenly flying up with typical jerky flight.Found across the UK but commonest in the west and north

Meadow Pipit .A small, brown, streaky bird, it is the commonest songbird in upland areas and its high, piping call is a familiar sound. In flight it shows white outer tail feathers and in the breeding season it has a fluttering 'parachute' display flight. In winter they are quite gregarious and gather in small flocks, often invisible among the vegetation, suddenly flying up with typical jerky flight.Found across the UK but commonest in the west and north

Meadow Pipit (Anthus pratensis).

Meadow Pipit (Anthus pratensis).

Osgoldcross Photography posted a photo:  A rather thoughtful Meadow Pipit perched on a fence post at Frickley Country Park in South Elmsall.

Osgoldcross Photography posted a photo: A rather thoughtful Meadow Pipit perched on a fence post at Frickley Country Park in South Elmsall.

Anthus pratensis. Meadow-Pipit, or Titlark.

Anthus pratensis. Meadow-Pipit, or Titlark.

Meadow Pipit ( L: Anthus pratensis / N: Heipiplerke )

Meadow Pipit ( L: Anthus pratensis / N: Heipiplerke )

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