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This was a real head scratcher for me. I had several guides and changed my mind several times, just made the wrong call in the end. Thanks for confirming the ID, regards Chris
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I'll put up a Meadow P. sighting to show how much brighter and more
defined the coloration is compared to Rock P.
Its a new species for me, not seen many pipits before, that would be most useful. Regards Chris.
Dsrk legs are often a good starting point, in separating Rock Pipits, but overall they are much greyer and the smudgy streaking below is also useful
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