[TN-Bird] Finally - warbler neck again at Radnor Lake!

  • From: JanKShaw@xxxxxxx
  • To: tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2007 11:12:24 EDT

Radnor Lake
Davidson Co.
After suffering through a stifling, mute August, a cool front yesterday 
brought in several migrants.  I walked all the way around the Lake Trail this 
morning, but most birds were seen in a flock at the east end of the trail along 
board walk.  A juvenile Black-crowned Night-Heron was near the platform along 
the Lake Trail, a very uncommon visitor to Radnor Lake.  
pied-billed grebe 1
great blue heron 1
green heron 4
black-crowned night-heron 1
wood duck 20+
chimney swift several
ruby-throated hummingbird 1
pewee 7
great crested flycatcher 1
blue-gray gnatcatcher 2
white-eyed vireo 2 dark-eyed juveniles
yellow-throated vireo 1
red-eyed vireo 5
golden-winged warbler 1 gorgeous male
Tennessee 1
chestnut-sided 1
magnolia 1
redstart 1
prothonotary 1 - I hadn't seen any there since June
worm-eating 1
summer tanager 1

Jan Shaw
Nashville, TN

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