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Warner Parks
Neotropical Fall Count Totals
2000-2005

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Fall counts were conducted at the Warner Parks 1972-2005 as part of the Nashville Chapter of the Tennessee Ornithological Society Fall Count. The area was censused via the trail and road system. In the period 2000-2005, an average of 51 species were counted of which 21 species (41.2%) were neotropical. There were 552 neotropical individuals counted for an average of 92 individuals per count. Warblers totaled 228 birds for an average of 38 birds per count.

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

Sept. 304816/567/23

Black-throated Green Warbler (6),
Rose-breasted Grosbeak (15).

2001

Sept. 294116/506/17

Black-throated Green Warbler (8).
Black-and-white Warbler (4).

2002

Oct. 56132/18114/91

Philadelphia Vireo (6), Chestnut-sided Warbler (7),
Magnolia Warbler (41), American Redstart (10),
Summer Tanager (6), Scarlet Tanager (8),
Rose-breasted Grosbeak (6).

2003

Sept. 275325/12110/59

Eastern Wood-Pewee (8), Tennessee Warbler (9),
Black-and-white Warbler (7),
American Redstart (19), Summer Tanager (12).

2004

Oct. 25318/1447/38

Eastern Phoebe (12), Black-and-white Warbler (7),
American Redstart (11),
Rose-breasted Grosbeak (15).

2005

Oct. 880

26/354

14/138

Chimney Swift (43), Eastern Wood-Pewee (10),
Eastern Phoebe (8), Cedar Waxwing (82),
Tennessee Warbler (22), Magnolia Warbler (31),
"Myrtle" Warbler (32),
Black-throated Green Warbler (22),
American Redstart (13), Common Yellowthroat (17),
Rose-breasted Grosbeak (13), Indigo Bunting (31).

 

 

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----1------
Osprey------1----
Chimney Swift892484343
Ruby-throated Hummingbird21410----
Eastern Wood-Pewee2568410
Empidonax Flycatcher----11----
Eastern Phoebe2--72128
Great Crested Flycatcher1----------
White-eyed Vireo--111--2
Yellow-throated Vireo----121--
Blue-headed Vireo----3----1
Philadelphia Vireo----61----
Red-eyed Vireo1111--2
House Wren--------12
Gray-cheeked Thrush----------1
Swainson's Thrush----524--
Wood Thrush----3------
Gray Catbird1------33
Cedar Waxwing--53--782
Blue-winged Warbler----1------
Tennessee Warbler----69722
Nashville Warbler----------1
Northern Parula----------1
Northern Parula--21------
Yellow Warbler1----------
Chestnut-sided Warbler----73--1
Magnolia Warbler6--4114731
"Myrtle" Warbler----2----32
Black-throated Green Warbler6863222
Blackburnian Warbler----61--3
Yellow-throated Warbler--1------1
Palm Warbler--1------2
Bay-breasted Warbler1--3------
Black-and-white Warbler343772
American Redstart5110191113
Worm-eating Warbler------1----
Ovenbird----2--3--
Northern Waterthrush----------1
Common Yellowthroat----1----17
Wilson's Warbler------1----
Canada Warbler1--21----
Yellow-breasted Chat--------1--
Summer Tanager--661244
Scarlet Tanager1883--3
Rose-breasted Grosbeak156641513
Indigo Bunting--4461231
TOTAL NEOTROPICAL SPECIES161632251826
TOTAL NEOTROPICAL INDIVIDUALS5650181121144354
Time7:00 a.m. -
2:00 p.m.
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2:30 p.m.
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noon
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Party LeaderPolly
Rooker,
Elizabeth
O'Connor
Elizabeth
O'Connor,
Jan
Alexander
Troy
Ettel,
Sandy
Bivens
Elizabeth
O'Connor
Jon Mann,
Sandy
Bivens
Jon Mann,
Sandy
Bivens

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