Yes, you're right. It was wonderful yesterday to see them doing their
acrobatics and soaring about catching insects. Photo from August 8, 2019
Sequatchie County Stone Cave Road at 12:27 pm.
Carole SwannSmyrna, Rutherford County TN
On Thursday, August 8, 2019, 6:58:33 PM CDT, Dralle <bwdralle@xxxxxxxxx>
This afternoon there were six Swallow-tailed Kites flying over the Soybean
fields on Stone Cave Road in Sequatchie County.
The Swallow-tailed Kites did put on a great aerial show catching June Bugs.
Hamilton County TN
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