By ~11:00 AM on Saturday, no one had relocated the bird.
On 11/1/2015 6:35 AM, Mona Bearor wrote:
> Any sightings on Saturday of this bird?
> Mona Bearor
> South Glens Falls, NY
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> Subject: [VTBIRD] Lark Sparrow, Charlotte
> 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.
> Scott Morrical
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