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    • Aveschapines

      Found a baby bird or a sick or injured bird?   07/11/17

      Here is a short article with advice for what to do if you find a baby bird or one that appears to be sick or injured. Bird rescue article Please feel free to post here if you have questions or need more help.

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I had 30 of these browsing in part of a subdivision that hasn't yet been build on.  It was a level open field, surrounded mostly by other fields and some stands of mixed hardwoods and pines.  They worked their way along, occasionally flushing but returning within a few minutes.

I'm looking for confirmation on American Pipit.  I say that based on the dominant eye stripe, narrow eye ring, speckled breast, clear belly, and yellow-blackish bill roughly the same length as the head.  They were about the size of an Eastern Bluebird, not as large as a Robin.

Lexington County, central SC, early Dec. '18.  Thanks!

https://imgur.com/a/hrjxy

P.S. - any guesses why I couldn't add the link using the 'Insert other media' button?  I pasted the URL but the pop-up window wouldn't accept it.  Is it because I have two photos on the same Imgur page?  Thanks.

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