Date: 9/2/18 10:43 am From: Scott Priebe via VA-bird <va-bird...> Subject: Re: [VA-bird] LARK SPARROW at Leesylvania details
Ran into Larry Meade at ~12:00, and he located the sparrow at 12:10 feeding on the roadside be one of the grass triangles at the turn loop at the Visitor's Center. We followed the bird moving around mainly in front of the vistor's center between the various trees and the flower bed along the front of the building; occasionally it returned to the Leatherleaf Viburnum bushes along the parking spaces adjacent to the handicapped spaces. I last saw it flying from said flowerbed up into one of the maple trees at 12:30, just before I left. Photos on eBird post https://ebird.org/va/view/checklist/email?subID=S48243966
Thank you for the lifer Candice!!
Scott D. Priebe Springfield, VA
________________________________ From: VA-bird <va-bird-bounces+falco57=<msn.com...> on behalf of Candice Lowther via VA-bird <va-bird...> Sent: Sunday, September 2, 2018 10:43 AM To: David Larsen - birding; Lott, Michael (DCR); Sally Knight; VA Bird Subject: [VA-bird] Lark sparrow at Leesylvania details
Sorry if there was any confusion.
This morning at 7:55 I posted an email to va-bird about a Lark Sparrow. Sally Knight and I found it this morning in the visitors center parking lot. It is near the handicapped spots. Occasionally it would fly into a tree and then return to the same location. My initial email has a picture of the bird. We are still in the field. I can post more pictures when I get home. I hope this helps!