Berthelot’s Pipit is endemic to Madeira and the Canary Islands.
The photo shows the subspecies Anthus berthelotii madeirensis, that lives on Madeira.
It has a longer bill than Berthelot’s Pipit on the Canary Islands, but both have similar general appearance.
This is a small pipit, 13-14.5 cm in length, and it is found in open country.
Madeira, Portugal, 1 November 2013