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The member of the pipit family most likely to be found in open country.
|Common Name||Meadow Pipit|
|Scientific Name||Anthus pratensis|
|Species Family||Pipits and Wagtails|
|Look for||A small 'thrush-like' bird with speckled breast|
|Additional Identification Notes||