[birdky] KY BIRDLINE

  • From: "Marsh, Scott" <SMarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <Mansmithf@xxxxxxx>, <BIRDCNTR@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,<birdky@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <beckhambc@xxxxxxx>, <gary.ritchison@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2003 06:38:03 -0400

* Kentucky
* Statewide
* September 4, 2003
* KYKY04.04.22
- Birds Mentioned
Swallow-tailed Kite
Mississippi Kite
Ruddy Turnstone
White-rumped Sandpiper
Black Tern
Least Flycatcher
Gray-cheeked Thrush
Blue-winged Warbler
Tennessee Warbler
Magnolia Warbler
Blackburnian Warbler
Bay-breasted Warbler
American Redstart
Northern Waterthrush
Mourning Warbler
Wilson's Warbler
Clay-colored Sparrow?
 Canada Warbler
- Transcript
Hotline: Kentucky
Sponsor: The Kentucky Ornithological Society,
Date: September 4, 2003
Number: (502) 326-0878
To Report: (502) 326-0878 or smarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Coverage: Kentucky and Southern Indiana
Compiled: 6:15 AM, EDT, September 4, 2003
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 September 4, 2003.  The
highlights of this update are:
The Swallow-tailed Kite was still being seen as late as Aug. 30th on the
Sinclair unit of the Peabody WMA
Black Terns have been seen in several areas including Walton's pond, and
Blood River.
(sept 1)Boone County warblers included Golden-winged, Tennessee,
Magnolia, American Redstart, Canada, and N. Waterthrush at Middle Creek
Park. And Blackburnian, Bay-breasted, Tennessee, and Redsart at
Gunpowder Creek Nature Park.
Warren County transients included Mourning Warbler on the 30th, Magnolia
on the 3rd, and Gray-cheeked Trush on the 2nd.
Wilson's Warbler, American Redstarts, and a Mississippi Kite were
observed on the 30th at Caperton Swamp in the Louisville area.
A White-rumped Sandpiper was seen at Petros Pond during the week. While
on the 30th 2 Ruddy Turnstones were seen at Petersburg gravel pit in
Boone Co.
The Clay-colored Sparrow previously seen in Tom Sawyer State Park has
not been mentioned again.
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
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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