[TN-Bird] Black Terns + Scissor - tailed Flycatcher in Marion County

  • From: brdmann@xxxxxxx
  • To: tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2007 15:25:16 -0400

John Henderson and I birded briefly in Marion County, TN on the way to Jackson 
County, AL and on the way back. On the East side of Nickajack Dam, from 
the?parking lot at the end of the Dam, we observed 23 Black Terns feeding over 
the milfoil just north of the dam around 6:40 AM CDT. We also observed a single 
Spotted Sandpiper there as well. 

On the way back, we observed what appeared to be?one young Scissor-tailed 
Flycatcher at the second traffic light on US 72 going south from I-24 in South 
Pittsburg. The bird was on the West side of the road across the cross street 
from Physician's Care. This observation occured around 10:25 AM CDT.


Dan Jacobson

Hixson, (Chattanooga), Hamilton County, TN

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