A small streaky bird of open habitats from Patagonian steppe grassland to marshes, agricultural fields, and high Andean bogs; widespread and often common. In much of range the only pipit: note boldly streaked plumage, slender bill, and white sides to tail (best seen in flight). In areas with other pipits, note that Correndera has boldly streaked back, often with paler “braces” and strong blackish streaking on flanks; also note voice. Like other pipits, often sings in flight, high overhead.
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