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This morning at Vernon there were 150 pipits in a flock with one calling lapspur flying with them. Also seen were a late yellow warbler, an equally late Wilson's, about 30 myrtles, one common yellowthroat, 15-20 eastern palms, a couple of catbirds,  and a host of song, white-throated, white-crowned, savanna, and Lincoln's sparrows. Also around we're about 15 purple finches, an r-c kinglet.

Hector Galbraith, PhD
National Wildlife Federation
802 258 4836
802 222 1916 (cell)

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