[TN-Bird] Re: NTOS Wednesday Walk Radnor 10/04/17

  • From: Cynthia Anne Routledge <routledges@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tammy0823@xxxxxxxx>, Tn Bird <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 04 Oct 2017 14:34:34 -0500

AfternoonŠ
  Yes!  There is no more fall Radnor walk and that will take place next
Wednesday, October 11th.  Meet at 7:30 am as usual in the parking lot
outside the Visitor¹s Center at Radnor LakeŠKevin Bowden will be leading the
group that morning.  He¹ll take the usual route up the road, across the
spillway and then down towards Long Bridge.  We hope you can join us!!

Cheers!
<")
  ( \
  / |`   Cyndi Routledge
           NTOS President
Southeastern Avian Research
www.southeasternavianresearch.org



From:  <tn-bird-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Tammy Devine
<tammy0823@xxxxxxxx>
Reply-To:  <tammy0823@xxxxxxxx>
Date:  Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 2:29 PM
To:  "dashelt100@xxxxxxxxx" <dashelt100@xxxxxxxxx>, Tn Bird
<tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject:  [TN-Bird] Re: NTOS Wednesday Walk Radnor 10/04/17

Do we have one more Wednesday to walk radnor.
Tammy Devine,Clarksville

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From: tn-bird-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <tn-bird-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf
of Daniel Shelton <dashelt100@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, October 4, 2017 2:17:09 PM
To: tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [TN-Bird] NTOS Wednesday Walk Radnor 10/04/17
 
21 birders came to Radnor Lake State Natural Area today for the NTOS
Wednesday Walk. Skies were clear and the birds were enjoyed by all. The bird
of the day was a Kentucky Warbler at long bridge, which is an uncommonly
seen Fall species at Radnor. We also viewed 2 Ovenbirds seen together.  We
tallied 45 species plus four unidentified Empidonax species.
14  Wood Duck
6    Wild Turkey
4    Double-crested Cormorant
1    Great Blue Heron
21  Black Vulture
5    Turkey Vulture
1    Barred Owl
25+Chimney Swift
8+  Red-bellied Woodpecker
1    Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
10+Downy Woodpecker
1   Northern Flicker
1   Pileated Woodpecker
2   Eastern Wood-Pewee
3   Easter Phoebe
1   White-eyed Vireo
3   Philadelphia Vireo
6   Blue Jay
3   American Crow
4   Carolina Chickadee
2   Tufted Titmouse
5   White-breasted Nuthatch
10 Carolina Wren
1   House Wren
2   Ruby-crowned Kinglet
2   Swainson's Thrush
2   Gray Catbird
30+Cedar Waxwing
2  Ovenbird
3  Black-and-white Warbler
11 Tennessee Warbler
1   Kentucky Warbler
1   Common Yellowthroat
4   American Redstart
3   Northern Parula
8   Magnolia Warbler
2   Bay-breasted Warbler
2   Chestnut-sided Warbler
4   Yellow-rumped Warbler
8   Black-throated Green Warbler
1   Summer Tanager
1   Scarlet Tanager
8+ Northern Cardinal
4   Rose-breasted Grosbeak
2   American Goldfinch


-- 
Danny Shelton 
NTOS Programs Coordinator





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