[TN-Bird] Warblers at Melton Hill Park

I birded Melton Hill Park in west Knox County today from 10:05 until just 
before 2 pm.  I was actually on my way out at 1 pm but drove from the parking 
lot to the boat ramp on the other side to take a final look around and saw so 
much activity that I stayed nearly another hour.  I found 7 warbler species but 
could only identify 6.  I had a great look at the 7th and still wasn't sure 
what it was.  Closest I could come was a first winter female Blackpoll.  The 
Pine Warbler was a bit of a surprise as there are no pine trees in the park but 
my guide says they can be found anywhere in migration.  The Kingbirds appear to 
have migrated south as this was the first I haven't found any here since May.  
My list follows:
 28 speciesGreat Blue Heron 2

Black Vulture 4

Turkey Vulture 1

Osprey 1

Red-bellied Woodpecker 2

Downy Woodpecker 2

Eastern Wood-Pewee 2

Eastern Phoebe 2

Blue Jay 6

American Crow 5

Carolina Chickadee 6

Tufted Titmouse 4

Carolina Wren 8

Eastern Bluebird 10

Brown Thrasher 1

Black-and-white Warbler 3

American Redstart 2

Magnolia Warbler 3

Palm Warbler 2

Pine Warbler 1

Yellow-throated Warbler 1

Eastern Towhee 2

Chipping Sparrow 5

Field Sparrow 2

Northern Cardinal 6

Indigo Bunting 2

Eastern Meadowlark 1

American Goldfinch 2

This report was generated automatically by eBird v2 (http://ebird.org)Carole 
Gobert, Knoxville                                    

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