I was happy to read Jim Arnett's report of Ceruleans at Timberland Park. I went
out there today with Mary Glynn Williams and heard a Cerulean Warbler on the
top of the ridge in the middle of the loop trail. I haven’t been to the park
since that trail was put in but expected there could be breeding Ceruleans
there since a mile away on a ridge on the west side of Big East Fork there are
8 active Cerulean territories. This site was found in 1999 after Jan Shaw
tipped me off that she’d heard a Cerulean Warbler from the road while I was
involved with the Cerulean Warbler Atlas project. It’s likely there are other
pockets of Cerulean Warblers on ridge tops in that area.
We had 42 species for the day including a Blue-winged Warbler by the pond. It’s
an excellent place to go birding.
Timberland Park is located a couple of miles south of the Natchez Trace Parkway
bridge over Rt. 96 in Williamson Co. The gate to the park does't open until
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