[birdky] KY BIRDLINE

- RBA

* Kentucky

* Statewide

* November 2, 2005

* KYKY04.04.22

- Birds Mentioned:

 

Red-throated Loon

Spotted Towhee

Black-bellied Plover

Red-breasted Nuthatch

Tennessee Warbler

Orange-crowned Warbler

 

Black-throated Green Warbler

Palm Warbler

Vesper Sparrow

Savannah Sparrow

Henslow's Sparrow

Fox Sparrow

Lincoln's Sparrow

Dickcissel

Bobolink

Purple Finch

 

 

- Transcript

 

Hotline: Kentucky

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

Date: November 2, 2005

Number: (502) 326-0878

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

Coverage: Kentucky and Southern Indiana

Compiled: 11:00 AM, EDT, November 2, 2005

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 November 2, 2005 at 11:00 AM EDT.
The highlights of this update are:

 

A juvenile RED-THROATED LOON  has been observed on the Ohio River from
Zorn Avenue at the Louisville water company tower.  This was on the
morning of the 2nd of November. 

 

A SPOTTED TOWHEE has showed up at the same place in McCracken County for
the 3rd winter in a row. Location for this bird is on KY1321 (Bethal
Church Road) 2.55 miles north of the junction with KY 725 at Cimota
City.  It was seen immediately to the right of a pull off. A DICKCISSEL
was heard from this stop also.

 

Few warblers were noted this week. Pulaski County held TENNESSEE, and
ORANGE-CROWNED on the 29th. A PALM WARBLER was seen at Barren River
Reservoir on the 27th, and a BLACK-THROATED GREEN was mentioned from
Jefferson County on the 25th.

 

Sparrows made a showing this week with LINCOLN'S and FOX SPARROWS viewed
at Barren River; HENSLOW'S, VESPER, and LINCOLN'S SPARROWS mentioned
from Pulaski County private property; and VESPER and SAVANNAH SPARROWS
as well as a BOBOLINK were noted in Jefferson County.

 

PURPLE FINCH were observed in Warren and Jefferson Counties on the 28th.
And in conclusion, RED-BREASTED NUTHATCH are making list from numerous
locales, indicating a possible big number year for them in Kentucky.

 

 

 

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.

- End Transcript

 

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