When first discovered it contained two pipit's eggs and the egg of a cuckoo.
Gin they had a' fouchten as he pipit, there wad hae been anither tale to tell.
The food of this Pipit is composed of insects, and worms, and small seeds.
Sprague's Pipit is all in streaks of brown and gray, and lighter below.
The Indian pipit affects open country and seems never to perch in trees.
Like the other members of its family, our Ground-Lark, or Pipit, sometimes sings beautifully as it soars.
The best known is Sprague's Pipit, called the Missouri skylark, or sometimes the prairie skylark.
The nest of the pipit is made by hollowing out a little place in the ground and lining it with fine grasses.
From this and the season, and the size and color of the bird, I knew he had seen the pipit or titlark.
I looked in vain for the wood-lark; the country people confound it with the pipit.