[TN-Bird] Radnor Lake update

  • From: Frank Fekel <fekel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 10 May 2022 13:50:08 -0500

Radnor Lake SP
Davidson Co. TN
10 May 2022

A Tuesday morning walk at Radnor Lake continued to produce some good sightings despite a bit of wind at times. The weekend SWAINSON'S
WARBLER was apparently nowhere to be found today. However, a
female BLACK-THROATED BLUE WARBLER continued just before bench 17,
and a CONNECTICUT WARBLER was seen somewhat briefly but well by
a number of birders at bench 13. The habitat there is surprisingly
open for CONNECTICUT, but the bird was first seen by several birders
foraging along a fallen tree trunk, and a few minutes later some
additional birders got brief looks at eye level. I did hear it
sing once during the 30-40 minutes that I hung around after first
seeing it. There continue to be nice numbers of warblers including
MOURNING WARBLERs continue as they are still being heard and at
times seen at the Valve House area and a couple places along the
Lake Trail.

It is a bit surprising to me that this year I've now seen YELLOW-BELLIED
seen or heard a YELLOW-BILLED CUCKOO.

Frank Fekel
Bellevue, TN

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