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(Fwd) Sprague's Pipit


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From: "Keith E. Camburn" <camburn@earthlink.net>
To: carolinabirds@duke.edu
Subject: Sprague's Pipit
Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2001 12:28:46 -0800

Brad Carlson just called me (noon on Sunday) on his cellular telephone and 
asked me to post a NC Sprague's Pipit sighting.  He is currently on his way 
to the mud flats at Hatteras Point to see a Sprague's Pipit found today and 
being viewed by John and Paula Wright.   


Keith Camburn

4435 Huntington Drive

Gastonia, NC 28046

704 824-0626

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From: "patneal" <patneal@gateway.net>
To: "Carolinabirds" <carolinabirds@duke.edu>
Subject: Sprague's Pipit
Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2001 14:44:01 -0500

Sprague's Pipit:  Cape Hatteras Point --- the dried flats beyond the Salt 
Pond (south) seen about 11:00 a.m. Oct 28 by John and Paula Wright with 
Nature Conservancy field trip.  Also seen by Brian Patteson, Neal and Pat 

See National Geographic and Sibley for illustrations, behavior, and 
habitat descriptions.

John Wright can add to the above information.

Pat Moore
Buxton NC

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Charles W. "Will" Cook                  w 919-660-7423
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