The dull NELSON'S SPARROW was still present at the Liddell Lab pond this
morning, as well as Song and Swamp sparrows, a late GRAY CATBIRD, and a
flyover LAPLAND LONGSPUR. At East Shore Park, all three species of SCOTERS
were visible (barely) off to the west, and my first-of-season (for the
Basin anyway) COMMON GOLDENEYE, a male, was diving near the base of the
white lighthouse jetty.


On Sat, Nov 9, 2013 at 12:47 PM, Tom Schulenberg <> wrote:

> At the northwest corner of the pond by Liddell Lab, off Freese Road.
> Given the date and location, I was hoping for a different species. But
> it's always nice to see a Nelson's too.
> tss
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