Tag: Anthus campestris

Song structure and repertoire sharing in the Tawny Pipit Anthuscampestris in Poland

Tawny Pipit (Anthus campestris) Science Article 3 abstract The present study characterizes the song of Tawny Pipit males (n = 55) recorded in May 2005 in theWielkopolska region of Poland. Tawny Pipits sang with a very variable rate of 4-28 songs per minute Tomasz S. OSIEJUK et al, ACTA ORNITHOLOGICA Vol. 42 (2007) No. 2 […]

Seasonal variation in nest mass and dimensions in an open-cup ground nesting shrub-steppe passerine: The Tawny Pipit Anthus campestris

Tawny Pipit (Anthus campestris) Science Article 2 abstract The probability of predation was unrelated to outer nest diameter nor was there any relationship between internal diameter and the presence of unhatched eggs. Wall thickness and nest mass declined as the season progressed but there was no relationship between these variables and the mean environmental temperature […]