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Blyth's pipit

Anthus godlewskii

Description:

This is a large pipit, but is an undistinguished looking species on the ground, mainly brown above and pale below. It is very similar to Richard's pipit, but is slightly smaller, shorter legs and a shorter dark bill. Its flight is strong and direct, and it gives a characteristic "pshee" call, higher pitched than Richard's.

Habitat:

Spotted them feeding on a dried up water hole bed inside IIM Trichy campus, Tamilnadu.


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Tamil Nadu, India

Lat: 10.76, Long: 78.81

Spotted on Dec 27, 2016
Submitted on Dec 27, 2016

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