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2133Clay-colored Sparrow, finally

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  • Michael McQuerrey
    Mar 1, 2008
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      Birders: After nearly a month, I found the CLAY-COLORED SPARROW again,
      this morning. It was in the group picnic area, east of Lake Ming, near
      the swing set right by the parking lot. It was feeding with a very
      large flock of sparrows which included LARK, WHITE-CROWNED, CHIPPING,
      and SAVANNAH SPARROWS; DARK-EYED JUNCOS,and HOUSE FINCHES. The bird is
      so small, it can disappear behind a clump of grass. It tends to be
      loosely associated more with the White-crowns and Chippies, and avoids
      the Lark Sparrows.
      Michael McQuerrey
      Bakersfield, California