[TN-Bird] NTOS Field Trip

Cheatham County

Nine NTOS members shared an exceptional outing today. It
appeared we were going to get rained on as the day began,
but it didn't and we even had some sunshine later in the day.

We viewed more than seventy species. The neotropical migration
has begun and it's great to see these little guys again. Some
highlights include; nine warblers, Orange-crowned, Blue-winged,
Black-and-White and Prothonotary were good spots, all the vireoes
except Philadelphia, good scope looks at a lurking Sora, Bald
Eagle on nest and Scarlet Tanager.

The wildflowers were breathtaking.

Gary Casey
Kingston Springs, Tn.

Talk and walk softly, carry a big
scope.

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