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Devin Peipert and I went to Bradford Farms for the first time this morning.
We birded from approximately 7:30-10:00, and although we were unable to find
any longspurs, we were pleased with the large number of AMERICAN PIPITS (a
new bird for Devin). As we walked around the small lake in the SW corner the
birds were swarming the beach.  Six total sparrow species (dominated by
SAVANNAH SPARROWS) included 2 FIELD SPARROWS near the brush pile and 1
(possibly 2) AMERICAN TREE SPARROWS (our first of the fall) in a tree near
the small lake beyond the brush pile in the NW corner. Thanks to Kathleen
Anderson for the tips and directions.

Cheers,
Justyn Stahl
Alton, IL

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