Berthelot's Pipit Anthus berthelotii

Berthelot's Pipit
Berthelot's Pipit
Berthelot's Pipit
Berthelot's Pipit is endemic to the Canary Islands (with a subspecies on Madeira).
Berthelot's Pipit
The scalloped wings
Berthelot's Pipit
Berthelot's Pipit
The speckled/streaked front and white chin and belly
Berthelot's Pipit Berthelot's Pipit with nesting material (and typical walk)
Berthelot's Pipit Berthelot's Pipit chasing small Blue butterfly
Berthelot's Pipit Pipit with large insect
Berthelot's Pipit
Berthelot's Pipit
Berthelot's Pipit
Berthelot's Pipit
Berthelot's Pipit
Berthelot's Pipit
Typical walking and running styles -- usually prefers to run than to fly
Berthelot's Pipit juvenile
Berthelot's Pipit
Berthelot's Pipit
The juvenile Pipit is much browner and with less scalloped wing markings than the greyer-brown adult.