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Breeding occurs most months but in particular from August to December. This species will nest in a depression in the ground producing a clutch of 2- 4 eggs. The female incubates the eggs for 13 days and also feeds the young. There are 2-3 clutches produced each year.
Well camouflaged. Creamy, white underparts and eyebrows.
Found across Australia as well as in New Guinea, New Zealand and widespread across Africa and Asia.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
Australiasian Pipits may be observed wagging their tails vertically when standing on the ground.
Omnivore. Feeds on ground for insects and insect larvae. Also eats seeds.
Grasslands, beaches, open country from wet heaths to dry shrublands and open woodland clearings.
Native to Australia