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  1. March 23rd. This is the only photo. I see minimal / non-existent wingbars, a beige vent, mostly rufous and black wings with a gray patch on the shoulder. The sides and below the vent appear to be unstreaked. The bird was in the heavy dead grassy overgrowth around an abandoned beaver pond that's slowly filling in. Lots of marsh, cattails, other swampy plants. The bird would hide in the dense grass for a few minutes, pop out and hop or flit around for up to a minute, then pop into another hidey-hole. I did not see him or her eat anything. Swamp Sparrow? Is there enough here to tell? Thanks.
  2. Lexington, SC, February 2016. There were several more but these are the clearest shots. Greaters, Lessers, Can't Tell, or None of the Above? Thanks!
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