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American Pipit ( Buff-bellied Pipit )
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This American Pipit was actively feeding on the lawn at a park on the edge of San Leandro Bay, California this morning. This species is a fairly common migrant and winter visitor here at the San Francisco Bay area. In Europe this species is known as the "Buff-bellied Pipit."
· Date: Mon November 8, 2004 · Views: 111 · Filesize: 121.9kb · Dimensions: 800 x 478 ·
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Keywords: American, Pipit, (, Buff-bellied, )
Scientific Name: Anthus rubescens
Equipment: Nikon FS3 / 30XWA / Olympus D550z / Hand-held
Location: Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline, San Leandro Bay, Oakland, California
Date Taken: 7 November 2004
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Andy Bright

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Mon November 8, 2004 11:17am

Excellent work, a good tick in the U.K. let alone the U.S.

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