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  1. Paramo pipit

    Paramo pipit

    Usually fairly skittish birds, this one was singing his heart out on the top of a bush and let me get reasonably close, allowing to finally get decent photos of the species.
  2. H

    Bempton 17th April 2021

    Sorry it's taken a while to post anything beyond my initial "just joined" post but with lockdown and all..... Anyways, me and the better half ventured south into North Yorkshire last weekend to the amazing RSPB Bempton Cliffs. Some lovely sights. The resident Barn Owl was active from the...
  3. Red-throated Pipit in breeding plumage

    Red-throated Pipit in breeding plumage

  4. M

    Need a ID for a Pipit Anthus from Ethiopia

    Could somebody help me with the identification of this Pipit. The pictures (all the same individual) were taken near Lake Ziway in Central Ethiopia at 1th December Thank you very much in advance Michael
  5. M

    Minivet & Pipit ID questions, Guangxi, China

    Yesterday was out birding and have a couple ID questions from the western part of Guangxi, China. 1. Minivet ID: Came across a group of minivets which I would like help IDing. Photos are terrible, but thought that the wing pattern which is visible might be clear enough to ID. The thing that I...
  6. Pipit

    Pipit

    Paddyfield Pipit. From archives Image cropped, re-sized, levels adjusted and minimally sharpened. Thank you for your kind appreciation of my previous posts.
  7. Tom St

    Pipits in Slovakia

    I am very bad at IDing pipits and I encountered a bunch of them in Slovakia in August 2020. I appreciate your help! Edit: forgot to upload one of the photos. Now I did (pipit_5 is the new one).
  8. Australasian Pipit

    Australasian Pipit

    In typical pipit fashion, this bird was foraging amongst some dry grass.
  9. American Pipit

    American Pipit

    American Pipit (Anthus rubescens rubescens)
  10. Tawny Pipit

    Tawny Pipit

  11. Tawny Pipit

    Tawny Pipit

  12. Yellowish Pipit

    Yellowish Pipit

    Yellowish Pipit (Anthus lutescens lutescens)
  13. Short-billed Pipit

    Short-billed Pipit

    Short-billed Pipit (Anthus furcatus furcatus)
  14. American Pipit

    American Pipit

    American Pipit (Anthus rubescens rubescens)
  15. Tawny Pipit

    Tawny Pipit

  16. Yellowish Pipit

    Yellowish Pipit

    Yellowish Pipit (Anthus lutescens lutescens)
  17. American Pipit

    American Pipit

    American Pipit (Anthus rubescens rubescens)
  18. Tawny Pipit catching moth

    Tawny Pipit catching moth

  19. Tawny Pipit With Catch

    Tawny Pipit With Catch

  20. Tawny Pipit With Catch

    Tawny Pipit With Catch

  21. Tawny Pipit

    Tawny Pipit

  22. Tawny Pipit

    Tawny Pipit

  23. Long-billed Pipit

    Long-billed Pipit

  24. Blyths Pipit

    Blyths Pipit

    A Blyths Pipit at a Buddhist Heritage site ruins..breeds in Mongolia and winters further south.
  25. American Pipit

    American Pipit

    American Pipit (Anthus rubescens rubescens) Also known as the Buff-bellied Pipit. Sexes similar.
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