Rock Pipit (Anthus petrosus)
Larger, bulkier and more upright than Meadow Pipit (Anthus pratensis). The plumage is darker and the underparts show heavy brown streaking. There is a narrow, broken eye-ring and a pale supercilium. The outer tail feathers are creamy, rather than white, and the legs look dark at long range and pinky-red close-up (bright pinky-orange on Meadow)
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