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Radnor Lake State Natural Area
Neotropical Fall Count Totals 2000-2005

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Fall counts were conducted at Radnor Lake State Natural Area 1972-2005 as part of the Nashville Chapter of the Tennessee Ornithological Society Fall Count. The area was censused via the trail system. Coverage varied and was heaviest in the lower elevations around the lake. In the period 2000-2005, an average of 47 species were counted of which 24 species (51.1%) were neotropical.

Summary Neotropical Fall Count Totals 2000-2005

YEAR

Date

No. Total
Species

No. Neotropical
Species/
No. Neotropical
Individuals

No. Warbler
Species/
No. Warbler
Individuals

Remarks

2000

September 305428/38612/69

Chimney Swift (230), White-eyed Vireo (7),
Philadelphia Vireo (17), Red-eyed Vireo (25)
Magnolia Warbler (35),
Black-throated Green Warbler (10),
Rose-breasted Grosbeak (7).

2001

September 294418/3387/18

Chimney Swift (303).

2002

October 55528/20513/116

Philadelphia Vireo (15), Red-eyed Vireo (22),
Tennessee Warbler (23), Magnolia Warbler (34),
"Myrtle" Warbler (19),
Black-throated Green Warbler (8),
American Redstart (12), Rose-breasted Grosbeak (8).

2003

September 274229/14015/71

Eastern Wood-Pewee (16), White-eyed Vireo (6),
Gray Catbird (19), Magnolia Warbler (36),
American Redstart (9), Rose-breasted Grosbeak (7).

2004

October 23716/1477/33

Swainson's Thrush (11).

2005

October 848

22/172

12/105

Eastern Wood-Pewee (8), Tennessee Warbler (10),
Magnolia Warbler (11), "Myrtle" Warbler (55),
Black-throated Green Warbler (9),
Common Yellowthroat (6),
Rose-breasted Grosbeak (8), Indigo Bunting (12).


Neotropical Fall Count Totals 2000-2005
Neotropical SpeciesSept. 30
2000
Sept. 29
2001
Oct. 5
2002
Sept. 27
2003
Oct. 2
2004
Oct. 8
2005
Green Heron------4----
Yellow-billed Cuckoo1----1----
Common Nighthawk------1----
Chimney Swift23030316--1525
Ruby-throated Hummingbird2--12----
Eastern Wood-Pewee51--1638
"Trail's" Flycatcher----2------
Least Flycatcher----1------
Empidonax species--11------
Eastern Phoebe622113
White-eyed Vireo7----6----
Blue-headed Vireo2--------1
Warbling Vireo1--1------
Philadelphia Vireo171151----
Red-eyed Vireo2512221--
House Wren----------1
Marsh Wren----------1
Gray-cheeked Thrush1--4--1--
Swainson's Thrush829--11--
Wood Thrush121--1--
Gray Catbird--1319--44
Cedar Waxwing----------12
Blue-winged Warbler------1--1
Tennessee Warbler31231--10
Orange-crowned Warbler----------1
Nashville Warbler----12----
Northern Parula1112--1
Chestnut-sided Warbler1--63--3
Magnolia Warbler3583436411
"Myrtle" Warbler4119--155
Black-throated Green Warbler1028229
Blackburnian Warbler1--21----
Bay-breasted Warbler112------
Black-and-white Warbler4--5312
American Redstart7412914
Prothonotary Warbler------1----
Ovenbird1--------2
Northern Waterthrush------2----
Common Yellowthroat----2416
Hooded Warbler--------1--
Wilson's Warbler1----3----
Canada Warbler------1----
Summer Tanager11--11--
Scarlet Tanager3--1------
Rose-breasted Grosbeak758728
Indigo Bunting----36--12
TOTAL NEOTROPICAL SPECIES281828291622
TOTAL NEOTROPICAL INDIVIDUALS38633820514047172
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