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That seems more reasonable. Logan also made that comment. I was
use to seeing the yellow above the eyes, and bigger splotches on the
chest and flanks. Like this one I got last November at Arrowhead Marsh:http://birds.jorj7.com/2011/111127-BayAreaBirds/slides/1127-124021-02.html
That was a good morning, got the Savannah, Song, Nelson's, White-crowned,
and Golden-crowned Sparrows, as well as a Common Yellowthroat, Marsh
Wren, Sora, and probably a Palm Warbler.
Anyway, thanks for the input.
On 2012-11-03 6:46 PM, Bruce Mast wrote:
I believe your bird is a Savannah Sparrow. Note, among other things, the
short notched tail. This bird doesn't show a lot of yellow in the face but
that is a pretty variable field mark. I'm pretty sure I saw the same bird
this morning (I was the there on a bicycle from 10-11:30).
General sparrow diversity at that site is fairly impressive. Along with
numerous Golden-crowned and White-crowned Sparrows and the Harris's, I
Savannah, Lincoln's, Fox, and House Sparrows, along with California
On Behalf Of George A Suennen
Sent: Saturday, November 03, 2012 5:42 PM
To: EBB Sightings
Subject: [EBB_Sightings] Harris's Sparrow at Hayward Shoreline and
a Henslow's Sparrow?
Allen H. and I went down to the Hayward Shoreline (Grant Ave) to check out
the Harris's Sparrow. We managed a brief viewing of the Harris's in a tree
next to the fence. I also got a glimpse of another sparrow that I thought
was a Song Sparrow, but when I looked at the photos, it didn't seem right.
After looking in my bird book, the closest I can find is a Henslow's
Sparrow. This is not it's usual range, so I'm suspicious of my id. Here's
a link to some of the photos:
Song, Henslow's, or maybe a Vesper Sparrow?
Your input is appreciated.
Oh, and my partially obscured view of the Harris's:
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