[TN-Bird] Bells Bend Sedge Wren, etc.

  • From: Ed Schneider <ed.schneider@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: tn bird <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 13 Oct 2013 13:06:58 -0500

I spent a few hours birding Bells Bend this morning, highlights were:
Sedge wren -2, both almost completely silent, made me wonder just how many 
there might be out there!Northern Harrier -1 female flyoverPalm warbler -a few 
dozen, I've never seen so many.Swamp sparrow - ~10, FOS for meSavannah sparrow- 
25+, also a person high number (and FOS) for Bells. I attribute this to the 
habitat changes made there, we'll see if they stick all winter.Yellow-rumped 
warblers -there were a few in each hackberry tree in the parking lot as I drove 
Good birding,
Ed SchneiderDavidson Co.                                          

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