|Wilson's Phalaropes at the Martin Edwards Reserve|
|Most of the time the bird spent in the field but flew up several times to sing from an exposed perch.|
|Lark Buntings don't throw their head back when singing like most sparrows, but rather lean forward.|
Anyways this was a pretty cool little bird. Normally, Lark Buntings are found in the grasslands of central North America - Ontario has 29 records accepted by the OBRC to date. This is my second in as many years having twitched one near Clarendon in northern Frontenac County last May.