[TN-Bird] Re: Spring Thrasher and Warbler

 
We also had our first Brown Thrasher this week...actually today... 

Linda King (19) 

Westmoreland, TN 

Sumner County



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From: "Tommy Curtis" <tcbirdwatch@xxxxxxxxxx>
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To: "TN-Bird Post" <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [TN-Bird] Spring Thrasher and Warbler
Date: Sat, 4 Mar 2006 12:32:17 -0600
Our winter yard birds are still present especially the hordes of Purple
Finches, some of which are really purple now. They were joined on Thursday
afternoon by our FOS Brown Thrasher and today at noon by a FOS gorgeous male
Pine Warbler in full color.
Tommy &Virginia Curtis
Smithville, TN
DeKalb County
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