[TN-Bird] Grebes Ducks etc.

  • From: "jimimoore@xxxxxxxx" <jimimoore@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 02:37:19 GMT

Birded Cove Lake State Park , Campbell County, TN  late afternoon.
There was a nice raft of ducks present, the first good number this year.
2 Black Ducks     25 Ring Necked Ducks   22 Wood Ducks
22 Gadwall       3  Ruddy Ducks  
1 Comorant     
 Several Mallards as well as the number of Canada Geese has increased this week.
22 Pied Billed Grebes  (High count for the lake for me) 
Other  birds were Red Breasted Nuthatch , Cedar Waxwings  Blue Jay
Many Yellow Rumped Warblers
and the usual gang of Cardinals, Towhees Song Sparrow  etc.. local guys.
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