[Bristol-Birds] Blackpolls in Shady Valley, TN

  • From: Christopher J O'Bryan <snakeboy85@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: bristol-birds@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 17:30:51 -0500

       Today (29th) I spotted over fifteen Blackpoll Warblers on  
Mcqueen Gap Road, Crandull, Shady Valley, Johnson County,
Tennessee. This is a very good find. This bird is an occasional
spring transient; accidental fall transient! As far as I know 
there is only one record for fall and that was on the fourth of 
Sep. 1991. This is the first record for Oct. and a life bird for me!
I also had a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker and some Palm Warblers.

                                Happy Birding!!
                            Christopher O'Bryan
                              Shady Valley, TN

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