Species, Date, Time and Location Information
Duration (total time in view):
lower Waterton Canyon
Description of the Bird
Bill: conical and mostly gray Crown: was brown with a small yellow/gold patch on the fore
Back, wings and tail (seen only briefly when the bird turned to fly): brown and streaked
The bird was about 6-7 inches long, about the same size as the White-crowned Sparrows with which it was seen.
Behaviors: The bird was sitting with several White-crowned Sparrows in the middle of a juniper shelter belt and was aggitated by my presence.
Call: Call: a sharp loud “tink”
Plumage: 1st Winter?
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Date Documentation Submitted
6/15/2008 7:29:00 AM
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