Date: Sat, 1 Nov 2008 19:57:01 EDT
Sender: Georgia Birders Online <GABO-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Vicki DeLoach <VLDELOACH@AOL.COM>
Subject: Tennessee warbler, yellow-rumps
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While photographing a couple of GOLDEN-CROWNED KINGLETS, they flew off to a
small hophornbeam where a RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET got very territorial, raised
his red crown, and tried to chase them off. While watching the kinglets, I saw
that there were 3 YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLERS in the tree - the first for the
yard this fall. Then I spotted a TENNESSEE WARBLER. Pulled Harry away from
the Ga. Tech game to see it but the warblers had left the tree when we
returned. Had a late TENNESSEE WARBLER last Nov. 1, 2007 too - confirmed by Giff.
Interesting birds today:
TENNESSEE WARBLER - 1
YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLERS - 3 FOTS
HERMIT THRUSH - arrived 10-30
GOLDEN-CROWNED KINGLETS - 2
RUBY-CROWNED KINGLETS - 2
WHITE-THROATED SPARROW - 1 singing
If anyone is looking for Yellow-rumps - we saw lots of them at Callaway
Gardens last weekend.
Bradshaw Farm/Cherokee Co.
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