Sandwich, Kent, England.
One of a few pipits at the scrape.
The meadow pipit is a common nesting bird of moorland, heathland and rough grassland. In the autumn and winter, it moves out of upland areas to lowlands where it gathers in small flocks and can be found on farmland and saltmarshes. In the spring, it performs a fluttering, 'parachute' display flight. There are 2 million breeding territories in the UK.
Average Lifespan: 3 years www.wildlifetrusts.org/wildlife-explorer/birds/larks-spar...
Scatto effettuato da capanno personale; scena carica di adrenalina vista la difficolta' di fotografare questo soggetto....Qui se ne presentano due inscenando un duello per il territorio e per la compagna.
Shot taken from a personal shed; scene full of adrenaline given the difficulty of photographing this subject .... Here two of them present themselves, staging a duel for the territory and for the companion.