Check-list of Birds Observed at Ensor Sink Natural Area, Cookeville, Putnam County, Tennessee

 

    If you have personal records from this site for species not listed below or if you know of historical records from this site for species not listed below, please send details to me at this e-mail address:

        sstedman@tntech.edu

    From February 2001 to December 2004, SJS made a series of 120 visits to this park.  Results of this general bird inventory of the park are available at the following link:

        eBird-Based Survey of Birds at Ensor Sink

    Abbreviations and Symbols:

      *  Registered during period from February 2001 to December 2004 by SJS.

 

_____ Canada Goose *

_____ Northern Bobwhite *

_____ Turkey Vulture *

_____ Cooper's Hawk *

_____ Red-shouldered Hawk *

_____ Broad-winged Hawk *

_____ Red-tailed Hawk *

_____ American Kestrel *

_____ Killdeer *

_____ American Woodcock *

_____ Rock Pigeon *

_____ Mourning Dove *

_____ Yellow-billed Cuckoo *

_____ Chimney Swift *

_____ Red-headed Woodpecker *

_____ Red-bellied Woodpecker *

_____ Yellow-bellied Sapsucker *

_____ Downy Woodpecker *

_____ Hairy Woodpecker *

_____ Northern Flicker *

_____ Pileated Woodpecker *

_____ Eastern Wood-Pewee *

_____ Acadian Flycatcher *

_____ Eastern Phoebe *

_____ Great Crested Flycatcher *

_____ Eastern Kingbird *

_____ White-eyed Vireo *

_____ Yellow-throated Vireo *

_____ Blue-headed Vireo *

_____ Philadelphia Vireo *

_____ Red-eyed Vireo *

_____ Blue Jay *

_____ American Crow *

_____ Purple Martin *

_____ Northern Rough-winged Swallow *

_____ Barn Swallow *

_____ Carolina Chickadee *

_____ Tufted Titmouse *

_____ White-breasted Nuthatch *

_____ Brown Creeper *

_____ Carolina Wren  *

_____ House Wren *

_____ Winter Wren *

_____ Golden-crowned Kinglet *

_____ Ruby-crowned Kinglet *

_____ Blue-gray Gnatcatcher *

_____ Eastern Bluebird *

_____ Veery *

_____ Gray-cheeked Thrush *

_____ Swainson's Thrush *

_____ Hermit Thrush *

_____ Wood Thrush *

_____ American Robin *

_____ Gray Catbird *

_____ Northern Mockingbird *

_____ Brown Thrasher *

_____ European Starling *

_____ Cedar Waxwing *

_____ Blue-winged Warbler * 

_____ Tennessee Warbler *

_____ Nashville Warbler *

_____ Northern Parula *

_____ Yellow Warbler *

_____ Chestnut-sided Warbler *

_____ Magnolia Warbler *

_____ Cape May Warbler *

_____ Yellow-rumped Warbler *

_____ Black-throated Green Warbler *

_____ Pine Warbler *

_____ Prairie Warbler *

_____ Palm Warbler *

_____ Bay-breasted Warbler *

_____ Blackpoll Warbler *

_____ Black-and-white Warbler *

_____ American Redstart *

_____ Worm-eating Warbler *

_____ Ovenbird *

_____ Louisiana Waterthrush *

_____ Kentucky Warbler
*

_____ Common Yellowthroat *

_____ Hooded Warbler *

_____ Wilson's Warbler (17 May 2006, Steve Holzman)

_____ Canada Warbler *

_____ Yellow-breasted Chat *

_____ Eastern Towhee *

_____ Chipping Sparrow *

_____ Field Sparrow *

_____ Song Sparrow *

_____ Swamp Sparrow *

_____ White-throated Sparrow *

_____ Dark-eyed Junco *

_____ Summer Tanager *

_____ Scarlet Tanager *

_____ Northern Cardinal *

_____ Rose-breasted Grosbeak *

_____ Blue-Grosbeak *

_____ Indigo Bunting *

_____ Red-winged Blackbird *

_____ Eastern Meadowlark *

_____ Common Grackle *

_____ Brown-headed Cowbird *

_____ Orchard Oriole *

_____ Baltimore Oriole (27 April 2005, SJS)

_____ Purple Finch *

_____ House Finch *

_____ American Goldfinch *

_____ House Sparrow *

 

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