|Listing about 257 species
of birds that have occurred in Putnam County, Tennessee (located midway
between Nashville and Knoxville on I-40), The Birds of Putnam
County, Tennessee provides
information about many aspects of the birdlife of this topographically
diverse county. Results of a 500-stop roadside bird survey of the county
during summer and winter are especially noteworthy. Few counties in
Tennessee have received as much survey attention as Putnam.
Stephen J. Stedman is Professor Emeritus in the Department of English and Communications at Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville.
Photo on front of dust jacket: Brown-headed Nuthatch at Cookeville Golf Course 20 January 2002 (Stephen J. Stedman); photo opposite: Greater Yellowlegs at Cane Creek Park 2 November 2002 (Stephen J. Stedman).
|Front Dust Jacket|
|Back Dust Jacket|
|Preface to the Second Edition|
|List of Figures|
|List of Tables|
|Explication of the Species Accounts|
|List of Observers|
|Species Accounts—Geese through Terns|
|Species Accounts—Pigeon through Weaver Finch|
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