|Buff-bellied Pipit (Anthus rubescens), Queen Mother Reservoir, Berkshire|
Pale lores and supercillium.
Fairly-thick, well-demarcated whitish eye-ring.
Whitish throat contrasting with buffy upper-breast.
Sparsely dark-brown streaked sides, more rounded or spot/smudge-like on the upper-breast. Dark submalar, similar in tone to underpart streaking, forming a hint of a 'triangular' patch.
Dark brown retrices and primaries/secondaries with strongly contrasting whitish/buff edges.
Plain, almost uniform back/mantle with a hint of dark streaking in the centre.
Buffy wingbars: diffuse buff tips to greater and median coverts, less contrasting than on remiges.
Dark reddish-brown legs.
Dark-tipped, orangey, fine bill.
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