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Wow!  Uncanny timing!    I checked my notes and the Nelson's were 
spotted at Dead Creek last year on 10/1/07!

David Hoag wrote:
> Per Ted Murin, on Sunday, Sep. 30th, several observers had 
> close views of an adult NELSONS SHARP-TAILED SPARROW 
> at the Brilyea Access west of the goose-viewing area on Rte 17 in Addison.
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> For a long time, the SHARP-TAILED SPARROW 
> was saucily cooperative while openly munching on seeds, 
> but then shifted into its secretive-as-a-mouse-mode.
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> Location:  west branch of Brilyea Access.
> Hike the track through the woods west of the FIRST parking lot.
> About 200 yards past the woods, hang a left onto the 
> oft-mentioned path through the goldenrod.  
> At the end of the goldenrod path, turn right -- 
> the sparrow is/was about 30 yards to the right.
>
> Dave Hoag, Grand Isle<BR><BR><BR>**************************************<BR> See what's new at 
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