Thursday, 1 August 2013

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.

Meadow pipit numbers in the UK have been declining since the mid-1970s, resulting in this species being included on the amber list of conservation concern. (link)
2018/April/ Bingley Moor
2017/ Bingley moor
2016/Bingley moor/  Rombalds Moor
2015/Baildon Moor
2014/Chevin
2013/Chevin
2009*/Chevin

22 April 2018



6/4/15/Baildon Moor
6/5/14/Chevin


13/6/2013/Chevin


4/5/13
Chevin.


5/6/2013



31/5/2012
Baildon Moor
31 May 2012 

Meadow Pipit



































22/5/12
Chevin
Chevin 22 May 2012 

Meadow Pipit..

19/4/11
Chevin
April 19 2011 017
Meadow Pipit

20/5/10
Bempton Cliffs



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