Tree Pipit

Tree Pipit


Literature Tree Pipit
[order] Passeriformes |

Tree Pipit determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Motacillidae | [latin] Anthus trivialis | [UK] Tree Pipit | [FR] Pipit des arbres | [DE] Baumpieper | [ES] Bisbita Arbórea | [IT] Prispolone | [NL] Boompieper

Subspecies and global distribution

  1. Anthus trivialis haringtoni
  2. Anthus trivialis sibiricus
  3. Anthus trivialis trivialis
  4. Anthus trivialis EU widespread


Influences of restock age and habitat patchiness on Tree Pipits Anthus trivialis breeding in Breckland pine plantations
Author(s): NIALL H.K. BURTON
Abstract: The British Tree Pipit Anthus trivialis population has shown a marked decline in recent decades, together with a range contraction that has been most apparent in central and southeast England. In East Anglia, the species is now largely restricted to ..[more]..
Source: Ibis 149 (s2), 193-204
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Nightjar Caprimulgus europaeus and Woodlark Lullula arborea – recovering species in Britain?
Author(s): R. H. W. LANGSTON, S. R. WOTTON, et al.
Abstract: The Nightjar Caprimulgus europaeus and Woodlark Lullula arborea are identified as species of conservation concern at both a UK and a European level on account of historical declines in their population sizes and ranges. The UK populations of both spe..[more]..
Source: Ibis 149 (s2), 250-260
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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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