Yesterday I drove out to Lust Rd., which is a road that takes you very close to Lake Apopka. It actually can take you all the way to the lake, but at one point it's fenced off, preventing you from entering the restoration area. But the road near the fence is a pretty great place to look for sparrows. Yesterday I found 5 species and photographed four: Savannah , White-crowned, Vesper, Field and Grasshopper Sparrows. The Field Sparrow is the first I've seen in Orange Co., and only the second I've seen in Florida.
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