Radnor Lake State Natural Area
Davidson Co., TN
21 Sep 2021
This Tuesday morning I went to Radnor Lake in advance of tomorrow's
cold front. Initially, warblers around the dam were hard to come by,
but eventually I backtracked when Randy Harrod found a rather
large mixed flock between Otter Creek Rd and the dam, some of
which finally wandered to the dam area. I finished with 7
warbler species and 2 vireo species in the flock. However, the
best bird of the morning, also in the same area as the flock,
was a RED-BREASTED NUTHATCH that I initially saw high in a tree.
After some minutes it gave its yak yak yak call a couple times.
Aside from the large warbler/vireo flock I found few other migrants
as I walked to Long Bridge and returned to the West Parking Lot.
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