Local subspecies: Anthus lutescens lutescens, distributed in much of South America, including "... the greater part of Brazil ..." (Hellmayr 1935, p. 89-91).
Figure 1. Anthus lutescens can be found in open or semi-open spaces, with short vegetation, like grass. The bird above was photographed close to a reservoir, in an area where over-grazing by cattle had done considerable damage to the native vegetation.To top of page
Figure 2. Yellowish Pipit (Anthus lutescens) in Restinga habitat, close to the beach.To top of page