Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 16:12:48 EDT
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From: Jim Eager <Hiker410@AOL.COM>
Subject: Chickamauga Battlefield migrants
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I'm posting this for Kevin Calhoon, aviculturist at the Tennessee Aquarium.
While doing a migration survey on May 22nd at the Snodgrass Hill section of
National Battlefield Park, in Walker County (between 8:15 and 10:00 am, EDT)
I saw and
heard a CONNECTICUT WARBLER, observed one OLIVE-SIDED FLYCATCHER and a
VEERY. All of these species were new for the park (at least for me on this
anyone has had any other observations of these species at the Battlefield,
please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org_ (mailto:email@example.com)
This will be my final posting on GABO as I am moving to Florida on Thursday.
been keeping Walker County records and am leaving with having seen 127 of
listed species for the county. Unfortunately I fell 4 species short of the
century mark for
yard birds with 96. I hope my postings have been a benefit for all seeking
species in NW
Rock Spring, Ga.
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