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Not sure on this one. It was late afternoon at a local park here in San Antonio. Open field, low cut grass/vegetation. There were about 6 in a small flock and they were on the ground moving along feeding. The flock wasn't the same size of American Pie Pits I have seen and there wasn't that in unison type of grazing movements I have seen.  

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Ummmm, yeah. Thanks Charlie for the out. OR, it could have been:

1. Practicing my phonetics

2. A severe brain cramp. Which is highly possible.

However, my thoughts were possibly a Sprague's Pipit?

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Just whippet it good. 

So, are we looking at American Pipits?

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