I haven't seen any posts about this yet so here it goes:
Ted Murin and others found a Lark Sparrow at Thompson's Point in Charlotte this morning. The bird was later seen by several birders including Jim Mead and myself, and it was still being seen as of at least 11:30 AM. The bird was along the road near where the asphalt ends as you drive into Thompson's Point. On the gravel and grass at the edge of the road and in similar "habitat" south of the road. Loosely associated with a flock of robins and waxwings. Sorry for the quick post. No doubt others will post more details and photos later here and on ebird.
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