[TN-Bird] Rare Suet Feeder Bird.

  • From: "Shane Adams" <tshane@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2010 13:44:29 -0500

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TN-Birders: ( A rare suet feeder bird in East Hamblen County ) / Also =
see this helps any with the pictures.

This week durying Great Backyard Bird Count from Feb. 12-15 2010 in =
Hamblen County east of Morristown. I witness a Yellow Rumped Warbler =
eating suet from the suetfeeder and  Yellow bellied Sapsucker with =
pictures for the record:first picture is a Yellow Bellied =
Sapsucker,Second picture is a Yellow Rumped Warbler both are eating suet =
from both suetfeeders enjoy the pictures everybody.

Shane Adams
Hamblen County / Morristown,TN.

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