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Owner Ryan Y

Traveling
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  • 7 mi
Comments

Large numbers of Sora could be heard throughout the area which sounded like a Gallinule imitating a witch laugh. Yellow-rumped warblers and ruby-crowned kinglets could be found in numbers at a few key locations. Green-winged teal seem to be almost gone, but blue-winged teal have taken their spot. American Coot were in very large numbers at numerous locations.

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    Comments: Yellow Lower Beak, brown Stripe through eye, white crossbars on back wings, top of head too light brown to be a swamp sparrow, chest not spotted like it would be on a Lincoln's sparrow

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    Comments: Myrtle

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