By D. Scott Wood
Eightvo, 1984, PP.209,
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Extirpated. One photographed 15 August to 9 October 1982, Tulsa County. Specimens from before 1900. Sight records for 1910, Woods County; purported sighting 18 April 1948 (4 birds), Osage County. One photographed 10 December 1977, Oklahoma County. Specimens taken: 18 May 1937, Beaver County; 7 May 1954, Johnston County; and 10 July 1962, Cleveland County. This species is probably a rare (rather than accidental) transient, but sight records are suspect without very careful documentation of plumage (tail pattern, especially) and voice.
Sight records for: 24 August 1970 (2 birds), 5 July 1971, and 17 April 1976, Cimarron County. One seen 8 March 1980, Cimarron County. 28 April 1956 (specimen), Harper County. Published sight records of dubious validity since this species is very difficult to differentiate from a Carolina Chickadee, even in the hand. Calls can be diagnostic. It is most likely to occur in the northwestern part of the main body of the state, but probably only in winter. Sight records for: 21 May 1955, Cimarron County; and 30 August 1975, Roger Mills County.
A. First edition, 1984; second printing, 1984. The paper in this book meets the guidelines for permanence and durability of the Committee on Production Guidelines for Book Longevity of the Council on Library Resources, Inc. Cover and frontispiece drawings of Sprague's Pipit (Anthus spragueii) are by Robert M. Mengel. " Over the past decade we have participated in several projects for which a concise representation of Oklahoma bird distributions was needed. Considerable relevant information has been published in such works as those by G.