[birdky] BirdKY: Birding in Mammoth Cave National Park

Northern parula, yellow-rumped, yellow-throated, and black-and-white warblers 
and Louisiana waterthrushes had returned to the park. 

Yellow-bellied sapsuckers, phoebes, purple martins, rough-winged swallow, 
ruby-crowned kinglet, blue-gray gnatcatcher, brown thrasher were also seen as we 
walked some of the trails. A vesper sparrow was an unexpected find at the 
Green River ferry.

A rat snake was curled up high in a tree and had many different species of 
birds  excited. It was quite a sight!

Wild flowers were blooming in profusion and the redbud trees were beautiful 
to behold.

Pat and Jane Bell
Louisville


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