[Bristol-Birds] Yellow-bellied Sapsucker,

  • From: Christopher J O'Bryan <snakeboy85@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: bristol-birds@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 09:28:07 -0400

          Yesterday (5th) I spotted a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
Here in Crandall, Shady Valley, Johnson County Tennessee.
According to "Bird Study in Shady Valley, Tennessee (1934-1999)"
It is a Formerly, accidental summer resident. Presently, occasional fall,
and spring resident.
It does have three records in Oct., in the time of the book (1934-1999).

                                    Christopher O'Bryan
                                      Shady Valley, TN

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