American Pipit
(Anthus rubescens)

    
        
American Pipit
Photo © Robert Royse
 
American Pipit Information

Length: 6 - 7"

Habitat:
Breeding Habitat: Arctic tundra, alpine tundra, grassy or sedge meadows.

Winter Habitat: Bare fields,mudflats, lake shores, river sandbars, grasslands, and other open areas.

Diet:
Mostly insects, such as flies, grasshoppers, ants, moths, beetles, and caterpillars; spiders; grass seeds and weed seeds.
 
 
American Pipit ID TipsIdentification tips for the American Pipit
 
Song and calls of the American Pipit
 
Range Map:
 
         American Pipit Winter Map USGS                                
   
Winter Map (CBC)  
 
 
Additional Information:

American Pipit
Photo, description, habitat, behavior, diet, nesting, migration status, and conservation status. Includes range map and song. (From BirdWeb)
 
 
     

 

 


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