Date: 12/29/20 10:08 am
From: <mvjo......> <mvjohnski...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Birding Oklahoma
Thanks to all who responded. Sooner Lake sounds like the ticket.

On Saturday, December 26, 2020 at 6:33:51 PM UTC-7 <ben......> wrote:

> Hello John,
> Keep in mind I've only spend a couple days birding in OK. Sooner Lake on
> the west side of the lake is one of the most relaible. It is where I got my
> Smith's Longspurs. They tend to stay in the grass though, so not easy to
> see at first. LeConte's Sparrows are there as well, usually in cattails,
> also tends to stay in vegetation. Apparently there are some spots where
> they get Smith's Longspurs just outside of Oklahoma City, but we didn't see
> them there. They tend to want to keep most of the activity on here about
> Colorado birds, but I would be happy to give you information about a couple
> other spots via email.
> Ben Sampson,
> Boulder, CO
> On Friday, December 25, 2020 at 11:28:29 AM UTC-7 <mvjo......> wrote:
>> Does anyone know of a good birding site guide for Oklahoma? Might be
>> headed that way, and Smith's Longspur are high on my life list. Thanks.
>> John Rawinski
>> Monte Vista

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