Results of Spring Mini-BirdBlitz in Bledsoe County, Tennessee—11 May 2002
A Spring Mini-BirdBlitz is an effort by one party of observers to count 90 or more species in a single county during the height of the spring migration, usually within the period of 25 April to 15 May. Such an effort was made in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, 11 May 2002. Results of this effort are provided below (Table 1).
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Table 1. Results of Spring Mini-BirdBlitz in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, 11 May 2002.
|Number Observers||2 *|
|Number Party Hours||?|
|Great Blue Heron||1|
|Great Horned Owl||2|
|Great Crested Flycatcher||1|
|Northern Rough-winged Swallow||6|
|Cape May Warbler||2|
|Black-throated Green Warbler||2|
* Debbie and Roi Shannon were the participants in, and compilers of, this Spring Mini-BirdBlitz (Hoff 2002c).
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