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    Oriental pipit (Anthus rufulus)

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    Oriental pipit (Anthus rufulus) by alabang, on Flickr

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    Oriental pipit (Anthus rufulus) by alabang, on Flickr

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    Oriental pipit, (Anthus rufulus) by alabang, on Flickr

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    EXIF: f/5.6 1/800 ISO 3200 800mm 5Ds R handheld

    The paddyfield pipit, or Oriental pipit,[2] (Anthus rufulus) is a small passerine bird in the pipit and wagtail family. It is a resident (non-migratory) breeder in open scrub, grassland and cultivation in southern Asia east to the Philippines. Although among the few breeding pipits in the Asian region, identification becomes difficult in winter when several other species migrate into the region. The taxonomy of the species is complex and has undergone considerable changes.


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    another great shot. you got a good background in that too, those busy grass backgrounds can sometimes get pretty goofy looking as it transitions out of the focal plane, I'm sure you're familiar with that though.

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