Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2005 11:15:54 -0400
Reply-To: bob zaremba <bobzarem@PRODIGY.NET>
Sender: Georgia Birders Online <GABO-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: bob zaremba <bobzarem@PRODIGY.NET>
Subject: Migration at Kennesaw Mountain
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It's been a good weekend for new arrivals in Cobb County. This spring's total species count at Kennesaw Mountain is up to 17 species of warblers as of today. This weekend we added NORTHERN PARULA, BLACKBURNIAN, AMERICAN REDSTART, BLACK-THROATED BLUE and OVENBIRD. Today, Deb added CHESTNUT-SIDED and YELLOW-THROATED Warblers. There have been multiple CERULEAN WARBLERS reported both yesterday (2) and today (5). Other species showing up in growing numbers are SCARLET TANAGER, SUMMER TANAGER, RED-EYED VIREO and WOOD THRUSH. Some winter species have been hanging on as well, there have been daily reports of PINE SISKIN and sporadic reports of PURPLE FINCH.
For a day by day reporting of the species seen, visit the KMT web pages at http://www.georgia-birding.com/KMT/spring05.htm
There is also a PDF listing of the codes used in the reports at; http://www.georgia-birding.com/KMT/bandcodes.pdf
If you can open the PDF file let me know and I will send you a text version.
Bob & Deb Zaremba
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