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4 minutes ago, Tony Leukering said:

Possibly no telling for sure, but there are pink-legged rubescens and there are heavily-streaked rubescens and the location certainly strongly suggests rubescens.

There are 19 records along the California coast of a subspecies that is certainly overlooked, and I would guess they are at least annual in California. However, I’ve never seen one and would only be confident calling one if I saw it in direct comparison with an American Buff-bellied Pipit. 

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