[birdky] KY BIRDLINE

- RBA

* Kentucky

* Statewide

* April 10, 2006 

* KYKY04.04.22

- Birds Mentioned:

 

Swainson's Hawk (first fully documented sighting)

American Bittern

Green Heron

Cinnamon Teal

King Rail

Virginia Rail

Sora

Greater Yellowlegs

Lesser Yellowlegs

Solitary Sandpiper

Western Sandpiper

Pectoral Sandpiper

Dunlin

Stilt Sandpiper

Short-billed Dowitcher

Whip-poor-will

Eastern Kingbird

White-eyed Vireo

Fish Crow

Prothonotary Warbler

Worm-eating Warbler

 

 

- Transcript

 

Hotline: Kentucky

Sponsor: The Kentucky Ornithological Society,
http://www.biology.eku.edu/kos.htm

Date: April 10, 2006

Number: (502) 326-0878

To Report: (502) 326-0878 or smarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

Coverage: Kentucky and Southern Indiana

Compiled: 11:00 AM, EDT, April 10, 2006

Transcriber/Compiler: Scott Marsh

E-mail: smarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

 

This is the Kentucky Bird Line, sponsored by the Kentucky Ornithological
Society.  This update is current as of April 10, 2006 at 11:00 AM EDT.
The highlights of this update are:

 

During the KOS/Becham BC outing Saturday the 8th at the sloughs of
Henderson, a light-morph

SWAINSON'S HAWK was observed and photographed. Also identified on this
outing were a pair of CINNAMON TEAL, KING and VIRGINIA RAIL, SORA, FISH
CROW, LESSER YELLOWLEGS (200), GREATER YELLOWLEGS (50), PECTORAL
SANDPIPER (300), SOLITARY SANDPIPER, DUNLIN, STILT SANDPIPER, and
DOWITCHERS that were suspected to be short-billed.

 

Other first mentions of the season included 2 WESTERN SANDPIPER at
Jonathon Creek on the 6th; EASTERN KINGBIRDS, GREEN HERONS, WHITE-EYED
VIREO, and PROTHONATARY WARBLER from Blood River on the 7th; and
WHIP-POOR-WILL from Elliot County on the 9th.

 

Thanks for calling the Kentucky Bird Line.  You may leave a report after
the tone.  Please include your name, the date, the location, and the
time of your observation when filing a report.  If your report contains
rare or out of season species, please send appropriate documentation to
the

 

KBRC

Lee McNeely, Secretary

Post Office Box 463

Burlington, KY  41005

 

More information about the KBRC and KOS may be found at the KOS web site
at http://www.biology.eku.edu/kos.htm.

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