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    Pipit Species Camargue

    Thank you! Not quite it, but I'll keep digging (my dodgy ID descriptions withstanding!).
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    Pipit Species Camargue

    Oops an l not an i!
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    Pipit Species Camargue

    Definite bit of eyebrow action going on! But as I say, harsh light & darting in and out of cover.
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    Pipit Species Camargue

    Hi, no pic I'm afraid, but anyone have any insight to pipits in the Camargue (seen today)? Could have been the light, but the belly, which was very streaky, had almost an orange buff to it. Dark supercillum too. Not Tawny, or, I'm sure Meadow. Rock or Water perhaps, but that orange/buff tint...
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