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I don't know anything about birds, could you possibly tell me what the defining characteristics of a Meadow Pipit are?
Like other Pipits, they are a bit like Wagtails, in the way that they walk around on the ground, in open country, often in small flocks. When disturbed, they fly up in a bouncy flight and call loudly (a repeated, short,whistly note). They have longish tails, streaks on their pale front and on their darker back. A look at the pictures above will show what I mean. People sometimes mistake them for thrushes, as a result of the apparently spotty front. Compared to the very similar Tree Pipit, Meadows have a very long hind claw.
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