Range. - North America, breeding in the Arctic regions, and in the Rocky Mountains south to Colorado, winters in southern United States and southward.
The Titlarks are abundant birds in the United States during migrations, being found in flocks in fields and cultivated ground. Their nests, which are placed on the ground in meadows or marshes under tufts of grass, are made of moss and grasses; the four to six eggs are dark grayish, heavily spotted and blotched with brown and blackish. Size .75 x .55.
American Pipit. Sprague's Pipit.