Two Tree Pipits were seen well whilst two further birds were heard only.
|Tree Pipit (male) photographed at Thompson, Norfolk May 2016.|
Management of cleared woodland within the Pine forest sees the retention of a taller tree, such as an old Birch bole, these provide song-posts for both Tree Pipits and Woodlarks
Tree Pipits are localised and scarce breeding species in Breckland, mostly occurring within young Pine compartments and heathland. Their stronghold in Britain are the uplands of Britain.