Tawny Pipit

Tawny Pipit

Summary:

Literature Tawny Pipit
[order] Passeriformes |

Tawny Pipit determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Motacillidae | [latin] Anthus campestris | [UK] Tawny Pipit | [FR] Pipit rousseline | [DE] Brachpieper | [ES] Bisbita Campestre | [IT] Calandro | [NL] Duinpieper


Subspecies and global distribution

  1. Anthus campestris griseus
  2. Anthus campestris kastschenkoi
  3. Anthus campestris campestris
  4. Anthus campestris EU c, w

Literature

Title
Het verdwijnen van de Duinpieper
Author(s): Chris van Turnhout
Abstract: Tot in de 19e eeuw kwamen in Nederland grote stuifzandgebieden voor. Met name op de Veluwe is in historische tijden verbitterd strijd geleverd tegen de uitbreiding van het zand, dat vrij spel kreeg door ontbossing en intensieve beweiding. Ook nu beho..[more]..
Source: Limosa 78 (2005): 1-14
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Title
Seasonal variation in nest mass and dimensions in an open-cup ground nesting shrub-steppe passerine: The Tawny Pipit Anthus campestris
Author(s): Francisco SUÁREZ, Manuel B. MORALES, Israel MÍNGUEZ and Jesús HERRANZ
Abstract: The probability of predation was unrelated to outer nest diameter nor was there any relationship between internal diameter and the presence of unhatched eggs. Wall thickness and nest mass declined as the season progressed but there was no relationshi..[more]..
Source: Ardeola, 52(1), June 2005, 43-51
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Title
Song structure and repertoire sharing in the Tawny Pipit Anthus
campestris in Poland

Author(s): Tomasz S. OSIEJUK et al
Abstract: The present study characterizes the song of Tawny Pipit males (n = 55) recorded in May 2005 in the
Wielkopolska region of Poland. Tawny Pipits sang with a very variable rate of 4-28 songs per minute..[more]..
Source: ACTA ORNITHOLOGICA Vol. 42 (2007) No. 2
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All of Motacillidae

  1. American Pipit
  2. Anthus rubescens
  1. Berthelots Pipit
  2. Anthus berthelotii
  1. Blue-headed Wagtail
  2. Motacilla flava
  1. Blyths Pipit
  2. Anthus godlewskii
  1. Citrine Wagtail
  2. Motacilla citreola
  1. Grey Wagtail
  2. Motacilla cinerea
  1. Meadow Pipit
  2. Anthus pratensis
  1. Tawny Pipit
  2. Anthus campestris
  1. Tree Pipit
  2. Anthus trivialis
  1. Water Pipit
  2. Anthus spinoletta
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