English: Tawny Pipit, Field Pipit
Body length: 15-18 cm
Russian: Полевой конёк
French: Pipit rousseline
Japanese: ムジタヒバリ (Muji-tahibari)
Wing span: 25-28 cm
Breeding season: May-August
Egg number: 4-5 (occasionally 6)
Egg colour: Glossy ground colour with brown
and purplish-grey spots, blotches.
1-2 per year
Global status: Least concern
Regional status: Least concern
Food: Grasshoppers, dragonflies, butterflies,
flies, beetles, snails and seeds.
Habitat: Breeding pairs build their own nest
on the ground in arid open forest meadows and edges, and sandy open ground. The
nest is built on the ground, in a hollow under a plant tuft. It Is made with
dry grasses, plants and roots and is lined with plant fibers and hair.