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Of these I will only mention the blackcap, linnet, and tree-pipit.
BIRDS AND MANW. H. HUDSON
My new-found friend (the feathered one, I mean) was the American pipit, which some years ago was known as the tit-lark.
BIRDS OF THE ROCKIESLEANDER SYLVESTER KEYSER
In our climb up Gray's Peak we found the pipit realm and that of the white-crowned sparrows slightly overlapping.
BIRDS OF THE ROCKIESLEANDER SYLVESTER KEYSER
I cannot find a similar case among British species to illustrate this point, unless it be that of the meadow- and rock-pipit.
BIRDS AND MANW. H. HUDSON
And yet the tree-pipit is not very highly regarded among British melodists, on account of the little variety there is in its song.
The Tree Pipit alone is a migratory species, arriving in this country towards the end of April, and leaving us in the autumn.
Except that it is somewhat larger, the Rock Pipit is very similar in form and colour to the last species.
It is, however, frequently accompanied by a small bird of another kind, said to be a Meadow Pipit.
These delicate footprints reproduce the long toes of the lark, and those are the tracks of the meadow pipit.
The nests in which the eggs of cuckoos are most frequently found are those of the meadow-pipit, hedge-sparrow, and reed-warbler.

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