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I first thought this was a WCSP in the field but looking at the photo it looks alot better for Chipping Sparrow, which is rare at this time of year and generally uncommon in San Mateo co

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is this a Greater or Lesser Yellowlegs, Lesser has been previously reported 

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3 hours ago, MichaelLong said:

unfortunately no there was a small group of them so maybe they snuck into some of my other photos, this might actually be the same bird but not sure 

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what color was the bill? the lighting is poor.

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