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Spent the entire day in Addison birding....  

Large numbers (hundreds) of American Pipits and Horned Larks on 
Nortontown Road.
As a bonus, 1 LAPLAND LONGSPUR mixed in with the pipits and larks.

Dozens of American Tree Sparrows (click here to see a 
few....http://www.jjaudubongallery.com/Terrys_Bird_Pics.htm)
on Nortontown Rd and many other locations.....

And, lots of movement on and down the lake, as observed at Potash Bay, 
Tritown Water, Chimney Point, Button Bay, Arnold Bay.....
including 6 species of gull, horned and red-necked grebes, common loons, 
wh-w. scoters,  c. goldeneye., gr. scaup.

Good birding


Terry