TheKimberly Pipit, Anthus pseudosimilis, is a recently described African pipit that is found in savanna grasslands of South Africa and Namibia.
It averages 18 cm or 7 inches in length and its plumage is mostly brown.
Even though it spends is days mostly in the trees, it forages on the ground for insects.
This species is monogamous (only one mate). The female lays 2 to 3 blue eggs.
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