A well camouflaged Meadow Pipit nest

This very well camouflaged nest belongs to the most common songbird found in upland areas.  A small brown streaky bird with a high piping call, there numbers have been in decline since the mid 70’s and they are now on the Amber list of conservation concern.

Have you guessed whose nest it is yet?? Of course it’s the Meadow Pipit.  Fingers crossed they can hatch safely and evade the predators.