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

  • From: Tammy Devine <tammy0823@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: Cynthia Anne Routledge <routledges@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Tn Bird <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 4 Oct 2017 20:02:13 +0000

Ok thanks

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From: Cynthia Anne Routledge <routledges@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, October 4, 2017 2:34:34 PM
To: tammy0823@xxxxxxxx; Tn Bird
Subject: Re: [TN-Bird] Re: NTOS Wednesday Walk Radnor 10/04/17

  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 Visitor’s Center at Radnor Lake…Kevin Bowden will be leading the group that 
morning.  He’ll take the usual route up the road, across the spillway and then 
down towards Long Bridge.  We hope you can join us!!

  ( \
  / |`   Cyndi Routledge
           NTOS President
Southeastern Avian Research

From: <tn-bird-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:tn-bird-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>> on 
behalf of Tammy Devine <tammy0823@xxxxxxxx<mailto:tammy0823@xxxxxxxx>>
Reply-To: <tammy0823@xxxxxxxx<mailto:tammy0823@xxxxxxxx>>
Date: Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 2:29 PM
To: "dashelt100@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:dashelt100@xxxxxxxxx>" 
<dashelt100@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:dashelt100@xxxxxxxxx>>, Tn Bird 
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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<tn-bird-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:tn-bird-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>> on behalf 
of Daniel Shelton <dashelt100@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:dashelt100@xxxxxxxxx>>
Sent: Wednesday, October 4, 2017 2:17:09 PM
To: tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto: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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