The Kimberly Pipit, Anthus pseudosimilis, is a small bird found in savanna grasslands in South Africa and Namibia.
This recently described pipit is 18 cms long and weighs around 32 gms. Its plumage is mainly brown.
The Kimberley Pipit bird forages for insect food on the ground. It is monogamous. The female lays 2 to 3 blue eggs.