[TN-Bird] Re: tn-bird Digest V9 #339

  • From: "Tim Riddle" <timrid@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2010 16:56:03 -0600

The swans were still there at 2:30pm Thursday.

Tim Riddle

> Subject: [TN-Bird] swans in putnam county
> Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2010 11:46:11 -0600
> From: "Stephen Stedman" <SStedman@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Two adult swans appeared yesterday on City Lake in Putnam County and
> were still present this morning.  Best guess is that they are Tundras,
> but certainty about the i.d. has not been reached.  Anyone passing
> through Cookeville can try for them.  Get off I-40 at exit 290; go south
> on Rt. 70N about a quarter mile to convenience store/gas station on left
> and turn left onto Bridgeway Dr. (go 90 degrees to left, not 130 degrees
> to left, which puts you on Poplar Grove Rd.).  At bottom of hill and
> before bridge, turn left into City Lake Natural Area.  Swans are
> skittish when cars are in the parking lot, so move quietly and slowly.
> These are nice count week birds for the Cookeville CBC, to be conducted
> this Sat.
> Steve Stedman
> Cookeville, TN
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