ON March 3rd, 1938, at Cambridge sewage farm we observed a Pipit which we were able to identify as a Water-Pipit (Anthus s. spinoletta). It was first seen feeding amongst other birds (Meadow-Pipits, Pied Wagtails and waders) on one of the tanks and its different appearance was clearly marked. Viewed from behind its general appearance was uniformly greyish with a slight buff tinge below the nape, ...

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