[TN-Bird] Re: poss Black-chinned Hummingbird

Tom,
    Was this seen at the same location that Tracey Muise posted earlier?
     That would be:
    "Ann [Tallent] and her husband will be gone much of the day today; however, 
she said
birders are welcome to come look for it.  Their number is 865 984 0051.  They  
live at 920 Williams St (off Montvale Station Road) in Maryville.  She said the 
feeder is around the back in the kitchen window."

--Dev Joslin



Tom Howe wrote:

> November 26, 2003
> Blount Co.
> The possible BLACK-CHINNED HUMMINGBIRD posted 11/24/03 seen in Maryville on 
> Sunday 11/23/03 was seen again this morning for less than one minute at 7:48 
> am. It appeared to be an immature male with a large spot in the lower portion 
> of the throat. The tail didn't extend much beyond the wings; primary shape 
> was not convincingly noted, but was broader than what I picture in a 
> Ruby-throat. It sat on the feeder and was not seen hovering nor pumping its 
> tail.
>
> Tom Howe
> Alcoa
> tdhowe@xxxxxxxxx
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