Pipits and wagtails
Pipits are lark-like in their streaky plumage and long hind claws but smaller and more slender than larks, often longer-tailed. Wagtails are similar in form but even longer-tailed, most species more or less associated with watery habitats. Some species are black, white and grey, while others have much yellow in their plumage.
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