Tawny Pipit.

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Subject: Tawny Pipit.
From: "Paul Walbridge" <>
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2000 16:21:51 +1000
Hugo Phillipps wrote "The 'save a rare bird from becoming extinct' is, of course, ridiculous - the Tawny Pipit is a rare vagrant to England.....".
Actually Hugo and not trying to draw away from the main subject matter, the Tawny Pipit is a scarce passage migrant to England, one that I used to see annually on Portland. It also 'nested in Sussex in 1905' - The Birds of the British Isles & Their Eggs, T. A. Coward.
Cheers - Paul Walbridge.
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