IUCN Conservation Status: Least Concern
Christopher L. Wood
The American Pipit is a small, slender, drab bird of open country. Although it appears similar to sparrows, it can be distinguished by its thin bill and its habit of bobbing its tail.
eBird Occurrence Maps, American Pipit
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