hello, I'm new to Birdforum and hope this is the correct way to ask a question. I live 20 metres from the North Sea coast in Cromer, North Norfolk and see what I believe to be rock pipits just a few metres from my house, foraging on the flint rocks and amongst the dead seaweed on the shore. The same birds - I believe - also gorge themselves with dried mealworms in my garden. Neither rock nor meadow pipits are famous for visiting urban gardens. Beak and legs point to meadow pipit, but I'm right in the centre of the town with no wild meadow/ woodland anywhere near. Any suggestions?