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USTP - Horned Lark

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  • Robert Keiffer
    Saturday 4 Oct 2003, At 2:45 PM the Pectoral Sandpiper was still with Long-billed Dowitchers and a Greater Yellowlegs at the western waterhole of the south
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      Saturday 4 Oct 2003, At 2:45 PM the Pectoral Sandpiper was still with Long-billed Dowitchers and a Greater Yellowlegs at the western waterhole of the south pond. Numerous American Pipits were walking through the flats nearby along with a HORNED LARK (only the second that I have ever seen in the county). At 3:10 PM I got a brief glimpse of the Lapland Longspur that Chuck found earlier in the day ... it flushed from the road on the SSW end of the south pond. circled overhead and flew to the pear orchard to the south landing just into the orchard ...but I could not find it again. Bob Keiffer


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