Meadow Pipit / Bisbita común
Maximum size: 16 cm
They live in deforested areas, meadows, pastures, wetlands, sand-soiled
lands, steppes, marshes, riverbanks and lagoon edges, as well as in croplands
and on the coast.
They are very abundant in winter in the wetlands in the south of the
They walk along the edge of lagoons, the riverbanks and the meadows
looking for insects they feed on. They shelter in the surrounding bushy
They are included in the National List of Threatened Species, and their
conservation status is ‘Special Interest’.