Checklist S61539650

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Owner Nick Mrvelj

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  • 1.11 mi
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Birded along Brownell Blvd. The Swamp Sparrow was in the marsh just to the north of Social Security Pond, about 15 yards to the east of Brownell Blvd.

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Observations

  1. Number observed: 80
  2. Number observed: 5
  3. Number observed: 2
  4. Number observed: 1
  5. Number observed: 6
  6. Number observed: 150
  7. Number observed: 26
  8. Number observed: 4
  9. Number observed: 6
  10. Number observed: 10
  11. Number observed: 8
  12. Number observed: 1
  13. Number observed: 150
  14. Number observed: 1
  15. Number observed: 1

    Details: Same first cycle from earlier at the Dam.

  16. gull sp.

    Number observed: 100
  17. Number observed: 1
  18. Number observed: 4
  19. Number observed: 1
  20. Number observed: 1
  21. Number observed: 2
  22. Number observed: 5
  23. Number observed: 1
  24. Number observed: 1
  25. Number observed: 3
  26. Number observed: 1
  27. Number observed: 25
  28. Number observed: 340
  29. Number observed: 4
  30. Number observed: 4
  31. Number observed: 1
  32. Number observed: 18
  33. Number observed: 2
  34. Number observed: 3
  35. Number observed: 1

    Details: Alerted to this bird’s presence by Trent Bray, who relocated it earlier in the day (Thanks Trent!). Possibly two, as the habitat seemed choice for this species. After walking around for ~30 minutes without any luck, I decided to use some playback. I had one bird pop up in response to playing a SWSP song. Another smallish sparrow sized bird flew away from the spot where the SWSP popped up as soon as I started playing tape; I was not able to lock eyes on it unfortunately, and it did not come back into view. The bird I saw vocalized once, posed for a few quick pictures, and then lodged itself back into the depths of the marsh, not to return during my time there.

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  36. Number observed: 2

    Details: Default subspecies group. More white spots on upperparts and on base of outer retrices than members of the Pacific subspecies group.

  37. Number observed: 5
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