Annotated Bibliography of Upper Cumberland Ornithology (in progress)

 

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Authors A–F

Adams, P. 1939. Sandhill Cranes in Cumberland County. Migrant 10 (1): 16.

            Reports sighting of 13 SACRs 13 March 1939 near Crab Orchard.

Alsop, F. J. 1974. June Records of a Brewster's Warbler and Red Crossbills in Cumberland
        County, Tennessee. Migrant 45 (3): 69
–70.

            A singing "Brewster's Warbler" was noted 11 June 1973 west of Westel, Cumberland Co.; 5 singing
        GWWAs were also noted; at least 10 RECRs, including 2 juveniles, were noted at same site (see also
       
Williams 1973c).

Alsop, F. J. 1980. The Season: Winter 1979-1980. Migrant 51 (2): 36–44.

            Includes results of 1980 midwinter eagle survey at Center Hill L. (3 ad, 3 im, 1 ad GOEA), Cordell Hull Res.
        (2 ad, 2 im, 1 im GOEA), and Dale Hollow L. (23 ad, 13 im).

Alsop, F. J. Undated [1980]. Birds. Pages A3–A113 in D. C. Eager and R. M. Hatcher, eds.
        Tennessee's Rare Wildlife, Volume I: The Vertebrates. Tennessee Wildlife Resources
        Agency, Nashville, 348 pp.

            Discusses 58 species in various conservation categories. A map record of VIRA in Putnam Co. is
        erroneous and should be attributed to Cumberland Co., TN.

Alsop, F. J. 1981. The Cliff Swallow (Petrochelidon pyrrhonata) in Tennessee. Migrant 52 (1):
        1
–11.

            No breeding data from the Upper Cumberland Region of Tennessee noted in this inclusive summary of the
        species' status, indicating little field work in the UCR up to that time or the absence of many breeding CLSWs
        up to that time or both.

Altsheler, K. 1955. Nesting Site of Louisiana Water-thrushes at Lake Cumberland. Kentucky
        Warbler
31 (4): 66
–68.

            Describes nest and nesting site of LOWA found 27–29 May 1955 near Harmon Creek on south shore of Lake
        Cumberland.

Altsheler, K. 1957. Willets at Lake Cumberland. Kentucky Warbler 33 (4): 69.

            Not located to a specific county and cited only as occurring on "Derby Day week-end" 1956, this record of 5
        WILLs nonetheless retains importance.

American Ornithologists’ Union [AOU]. 1998. Check-list of North American Birds. 7th ed.
        American Ornithologists’ Union, Washington, D. C.

Anonymous. 1939.  Annual Christmas Census [1938–1939]. Migrant 10 (1): 4–10.

            Includes results of count made 8 January 1939 in Rugby, Morgan Co. (31 species, including 10 RBNUs).

Anonymous. 1944. How Birds Spend Their Winter Nights—II. Migrant 15 (1): 9–14.

            Includes a description of a winter roost site of two CARWs in an abandoned hornet's nest in Rugby,
        Morgan Co., during the winter of 1943
–1944.

Anonymous. 1951. The 1951 Spring Field Days and the Season. Migrant 22 (2): 22–29.

            Includes results of Spring TOS meeting at Standing Stone S. P., Overton Co.12–13 May 1951 (106 spp.,
        not all in park, including MIKI, GOEA, 7 PHVIs, MOWA).

Anonymous. 1954. The 1954 Spring Field Days. Migrant 25 (2): 26–33.

            Includes results of spring field day at Standing Stone S.P. and Overton Co. 8–9 May 1954 (104 spp.,
        including BWTE, LEYE, FOTE, BBCU, BANS, GCTH, CERW, MAWR, and BASP).

Anonymous. 1958. The 1958 Christmas Season Bird Count. Migrant 29 (4): 67–72.

            Includes results of 29 December 1958 Cookeville count (47 species).

Anonymous. 1959. The 1959 Christmas Season Bird Count. Migrant 30 (4): 60–67.

            Includes results of the 31 December 1959 Cookeville count (53 species).

Anonymous. 1960. The 1960 Christmas Season Bird Count. Migrant 31 (4): 71–78.

            Includes results of 29 December 1960 Cookeville count (49 species).

Anonymous. 1961a. The 1961 Spring Field Days. Migrant 32 (2): 29–33.

            Includes results of the 22–23 April 1961 Cookeville count (103 species claimed but only 91 listed).

Anonymous. 1961b. The 1961 Christmas Season Bird Count. Migrant 32 (4): 65–73.

            Includes results of the 28 December 1961 Cookeville count (50 species).

Anonymous. 1962a. The 1962 Spring Field Days. Migrant 33 (2): 27–31.

            Includes results of 28 April 1962 Cookeville count (78 species, including 7 BEWR) and 5–6 May 1962
        Crossville count (134 species, including blue morph SNGO, 9 RCWO, 8 RBNU, 7 BEWR, 6 GWWA, 1 BASP).

Anonymous. 1962b. The 1962 Christmas Season Bird Counts. Migrant 33 (4): 63–72.

            Includes results of 28 December 1962 Cookeville count (43 species).

Anonymous. 1962c. The Evening Grosbeak Invasion in Kentucky, 1961–1962. Kentucky Warbler
   
     38 (2): 27
–28.

            Includes sightings in Burkesville, Cumberland Co., KY, 20 March–22 April.

Anonymous. 1963a. The 1963 Spring Field Days. Migrant 34 (2): 27–34.

            Includes results of the 20 April 1963 Cookeville count (71 species claimed but only 67 listed).

Anonymous. 1963b. The 1963 Christmas Season Bird Counts. Migrant 34 (4): 80–89.

            Includes results of 28 December 1963 Cookeville count (53 species).

Anonymous. 1964a. The 1964 Spring Field Days. Migrant 35 (2): 44–51.

           Includes results from the 24–25 April 1964 Cookeville count (93 species claimed but only 84 listed).

Anonymous. 1964b. The 1964 Christmas Season Bird Counts. Migrant 35 (4): 107–115.

           Includes results from 21 December 1964 Cookeville count (45 species claimed, but only 44 listed).

Anonymous. 1965a. The 1965 Spring Field Days. Migrant 36 (3): 70–75.

            Includes results of 24–25 April 1965 Cookeville count (84 species, including YCNH, 2 HOLA, and 4 BEWR)
        and 3 May 1965 Crossville count (92 species, including 2 RCWO, 1 LOSH, 1 BANS, 5 BEWR, 7 GWWA, 1
        GRSP, and 2 BASP).

Anonymous. 1965b. The 1965 Christmas Season Bird Counts. Migrant 36 (4): 83–92.

            Includes results of 27–28 December 1965 Cookeville count (53 species, including 3 HOWR, 8 BEWR, and 2
        CHSP).

Anonymous. 1966a. The 1966 Spring Field Days. Migrant 37 (2): 35–40.

            Includes results of counts at Cookeville 23–24 April 1966 (96 species) and at Crossville 7–8 May 1966 (131
        species). Species of interest at Cookeville included YCNH (1), BBCU (4), YBSA (1), BEWR (15), and LASP (2);
        species on interest at Crossville (TOS meeting) included BCNH (1), YCNH (2), SORA (1), RCWO (3), BEWR
        (6)
, GWWA (22), and BASP (4).

Anonymous. 1966b. The 1966 Christmas Season Bird Count. Migrant 37 (4): 63–70.

            Includes results of 28 December 1966 Cookeville count (55 species, including BAEA and 3 BEWR).

Anonymous. 1966c. The 1966 One-Day Bald Eagle Count. Kentucky Warbler 42 (3): 46.

           Includes results of 19 February 1966 count at Dale Hollow Lake (3 unk. age eagles).

Anonymous. 1967a. The 1967 Spring Field Days. Migrant 38 (2): 30–36.

            Includes  results of 22 April 1967 Cookeville count (86 species claimed but 87 listed, including 2 BEWR and
        2 VESP).

Anonymous. 1967b. The 1967 Christmas Season Bird Count. Migrant 38 (4): 86–92.

            Includes results of 29 December 1967 Cookeville count (47 species), including BEWR (6) and CHSP (2).

Anonymous. 1970. The 1970 Spring Field Days. Migrant 41 (2): 34–38.

            Includes 2 May 1970 Cookeville count (86 species, including DICK).

Anonymous. 1971. The 1971 Spring Field Days. Migrant 42 (2): 35–40.

            Includes results of 24–25 April 1971 Cookeville count (76 species).

Anonymous. 1973. 1973 Big Spring Lists. Kentucky Warbler 49 (3): 54–58.

            Includes results of a count made 30 April 1973 in Barren Co., KY, by Russell Starr and two others; checklist
        only with no numbers of individuals.  BEWR, CERW, and BASP noted.

Behrend, F. W. 1953. Hawk Migration—Fall 1953. Migrant 24 (4): 69–73.

            Refers to 2 BWHAs observed 27 September 1953 12 km east of Smithville, DeKalb Co., by S. Bell et al.

Behrend, F. W. 1954. 1954 Fall Migration of Hawks. Migrant 25 (4): 69–72.

            Includes counts of 13 and 18 BWHAs noted 23 and 25 September 1954, respectively, at Sunset Rock, Bon
        Air, White Co., TN, by S. Bell et al.; 19 BWHAs were noted at Cumberland Mountain S. P., Cumberland Co.,
        TN, 24 September 1954 by the same observers; 55 BWHAs were noted at Pleasant Hill, Cumberland Co., TN,
        25 September 1954 by K. Goodpasture et al.; 11 BWHAs were noted at Bee Rock, Putnam Co., TN, 25
        September 1954 by Dixon Merritt et al.; 13 BWHAs were noted at Walden Ridge Fire Tower, nw of Morgan
        Springs, Bledsoe Co., TN, 29 September 1954 by R. Nail; 7 BWHAs were noted nw of Pikeville, Bledsoe Co.,
        TN, 29 September 1954 by A. F. Ganier et al.; 39 and 403 BWHAs were noted at Fall Creek Falls S. P. fire
        tower, Van Buren Co., TN, 29 and 30 September 1954, respectively, by F. W. Behrend et al.

Bierly, M. L. 1972. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall 1972]. Migrant 43 (4): 98–101.

            Records of BWHA (200) in DeKalb Co.; and BWHA (28 Oct) and RECR (18 on 28 Oct) in Pickett Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1978a. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall 1977]. Migrant 49 (1): 18–20.

            Records of DCCO on Cordell Hull Lake; RHWO (many) in Pickett Co.; LEBI (downy young) in Putnam Co.;
        and BAEA at Dale Hollow L., probably Clay Co..

Bierly, M. L. 1978b. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 1977–1978]. Migrant 49 (2): 41–44.

            Records of SACR in Clay Co.; RLHA (2) in Cumberland Co.; RLHA (1) and HOLA (300) in Overton Co.;
        BAEA (2 records), GOEA, SACR (4 records), and ATSP in Pickett Co.; and SACR (3 records) and HOFI in
        Putnam Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1978c. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Spring 1978]. Migrant 49 (3): 67–68.

            Records of RUGR, OSPR, SSHA, RSHA (nest), RBNU, HOWR (nest), and EVGR in Pickett Co.; and
        COHA in Warren Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1978d. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Summer 1978]. Migrant 49 (4): 91–93.

            Record of BEWR in Pickett Co.; GRSP in Putnam Co.; AMAV in Van Buren Co.; BTBW and DICK in
        Warren Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1979a. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall 1978]. Migrant 50 (1): 20–21.

            Records of VIRA and RECR in Cumberland Co.; 2000+ CONI and CMWA in Fentress Co.; WISN in Putnam
        Co.; BTBW in Warren Co.; and PEFA and BAOR in White Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1979b. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 1978–1979]. Migrant 50 (2): 42–44.

            Records of late BWHA and SACR in Cumberland Co.; and CAEG, BAEA, and SACR in Pickett Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1979c. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Spring1979]. Migrant 50 (3): 68–69.

            Record of WILL (175) at "Cold [= Cove?] Hollow," Center Hill L., DeKalb Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1979d. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Summer1979]. Migrant 50 (4): 87–88.

            Records of AMCO and SOSP nest in DeKalb Co.; BEWR in Smith Co.; and BLTE in Van Buren Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1980. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 1979–1980]. Migrant 51 (2): 38–40.

            Records of CAEG, RLHA, and SACR in Overton Co.; SSHA, SACR, EABL, and CWAX in Pickett Co.;
        SACR, HOWR, and PUFI in Putnam Co.; and RLHA in Smith Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1981a. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 1980–1981]. Migrant 52 (2): 47.

            Records of BAEA in Jackson/Smith Co.; SACR (many records) in Pickett Co.; and SACR in Putnam Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1981b. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Summer 1981]. Migrant 52 (4): 96–97.

            Records of SOSP in Overton Co.; COHA in Putnam Co.; and SOSP in Smith Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1982a. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall 1981]. Migrant 53 (1): 15–17.

            Records of BLKI (10 Oct), SSHA [incorrect observer initials used; should be RWS], BHVI (29 Oct),
        RBNU (29 Sep), WIWR (24 Sep), SEWR (10 Oct), CWAX, BTBW (male
—4 Oct), WPWA (21 Oct), LISP
        (26 Oct), PUFI (28 Oct), PISI (24 Oct), and EVGR in Putnam Co.

Bierly, M. L. 1982b. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 1981–1982]. Migrant 53 (2): 44–46.

            Records of COME in Jackson/Smith Co.; and HOFI in Putnam Co.

Bradshaw, T. J. 1978. Impact of nest boxes on Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) populations on the Falling
        Water River drainage system, Tennessee.  Masters thesis, Tenn. Technological University,
        Cookeville, 49 pp.

Brown, R. K. 1989. Food Habits of Kentucky Owls. Kentucky Warbler 65 (2): 38–48.

            Prey items from owl stomachs and owl pellets were examined in this study.  Some EASO data were
        derived from evidence gathered in Pulaski Co. Some GHOW data were derived from evidence gathered in
        Metcalfe Co.  Some BDOW data were derived from evidence gathered in Adair Co. 

Bulluck, L., and M. Timpf. 2005. New Breeding Bird Records for the Cumberland Mountains
        in Tennessee. Migrant 76 (4): 105
–115.

            Includes records for the breeding seasons of 2004 and 2005 for several sites that probably lie in or very near
        the extreme southeastern tip of Scott Co., TN; these sites include Burge Mountain (Anderson/Scott county
        line), Fork Mountain right of way (Anderson/Scott county line), and Smoky Mountain (probably mainly in
        Scott Co.).  Species discussed that were found at one or more of these sites were LEFL, CORA, VEER, BHVI,
        CAWA, and RBGR; the CORA records would represent one of the first records for the UCR since the early 20th Century,
        if they can be determined to have taken place within Scott Co. (the county of location and dates for sightings of
        this species are not possible to determine from the data presented).

Burford, L. S. 1998. Kentucky Midwinter Eagle Survey: 1998 State Summary. The Kentucky
        Warbler
74 (2): 45
–47. 

            Includes data from the KY portion of Dale Hollow L. (14 ad, 6 im, 3 unk), and Lake Cumberland (16 ad, 3 im);
        the 1997 totals are provided for comparison; and the highest total in the past is provided, also for comparison.

Burford, L., and J. Durell. 1997. 1997 Kentucky Midwinter Eagle Survey. The Kentucky Warbler
   
     73 (3): 65
–67.

            Includes data from the KY portion of Dale Hollow L. (16 ad, 3 im, 3 unk) and Lake Cumberland (11 ad, 4 im).

Busroe, F. M. 1995. The Nesting Season—1995. Kentucky Warbler 71 (4): 67–72.

            Records of GRSP (2 records) in Wayne Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1996a. The Fall Season, 1995. Kentucky Warbler 72 (1): 3–9.

            Records of SSHA in Barren Co.; ACFL, GCTH, PHVI, and GWWA in McCreary Co.; and SEWR and BLGR
        in Pulaski Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1996b. The Winter Season 1995–1996. Kentucky Warbler 72 (2): 39–44.

            Records of NOHA in Barren Co.; and BLVU and BOGU at Lake Cumberland Marina.

Busroe, F. M. 1996c. The Spring Season, 1996. Kentucky Warbler 72 (3): 51–59.

            Records of SSHA in Barren Co.; ACFL, REVI (2 records), BTNW, CERW, PROW, and SWWA (2 records)
        in McCreary Co.; and PROW and SCTA in Pulaski Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1996d. The Nesting Season—1996. Kentucky Warbler 72 (4): 72–78.

            Records of ACFL, WEVI, YTVI, NOPA, YTWA, PRAW, CERW, OVEN, COYE, HOWA, YBCH, SUTA,
        SCTA, and OROR [2 records given; only one correct] from Hegira BBS in Cumberland Co., KY; RSHA,
        WITU, YBCU, WPWI, RTHU, EAWP, ACFL (2 records), WEVI, BHVI, REVI [erroneous total of 77 given for
        BSF; should be 30], BWWA, BTNW (2 records), YTWA, PIWA (2 records), PRAW, BAWW, AMRE, WEWA
        (2records), OVEN (2 records [erroneous total of 54 given for BSF; should be 29]), KEWA (2 records), HOWA
        (2 records), YBCH (2 records), and SCTA (2 records) from BBS in BSF and from Monticello BBS (stops 26-50)
        in McCreary Co.; and WEVI, YTWA, PRAW, COYE, YBCH, SUTA, BLGR, DICK, GRSP, and OROR from
        Monticello BBS (stops 1
–25) in Wayne Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1997a. The Fall Season, 1996. Kentucky Warbler 73 (1): 3–11.

            Records of RTLO, HOGR, RBME, BLVU, BAEA (2 records), GOEA, and BOGU in Adair Co.; DCCO,
        RUDU, OSPR (2 records), SACR, and AMAV [the date of this record is incorrect as reported; should be 15
        August 1996] in Barren Co.; and SSHA in Metcalfe Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1997b. The Winter Season 1996–1997. Kentucky Warbler 73 (2): 35–40.

            Records of SACR, KILL, and LOSH in Barren Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1997c. The Spring Season, 1997. Kentucky Warbler 73 (3): 51–58.

            Record of CWWI (24 Apr in BRLSRP) in Barren Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1997d. The Summer Season, 1997. Kentucky Warbler 73 (4): 71–75.

            Records of COHA and DICK in Barren Co.; and ACFL and CLSW (nests) in Metcalfe Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1998a. The Fall Migration, 1997. Kentucky Warbler 74 (1): 3–11.

            Records of RTLO, COLO (1000), GTBH, BLSC, WWSC, SSHA, GHOW, and DICK in Barren Co.; BWHA,
        RUGR, EASO (2 records), BDOW, YTVI, BHVI (3 records), RBNU, BRCR, CARW (3 records), WIWR, GCKI,
        RCKI, GCTH (2 records), SWTH, HETH, WOTH, CSWA, MAWA (3 records), BTNW (2 records), BLBW (2
        records), PIWA (3 records), BBWA (2 records), AMRE (2 records), HOWA (3 records), CAWA, SCTA, RBGR
        (2 records), CHSP, FOSP, WTSP, and DEJU in McCreary Co.; and NOHA in Pulaski Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1998b. The Winter Season 1997–1998. Kentucky Warbler 74 (2): 31–35.

            Records of GTBH, MALL, SUSC, SSHA, COHA, RBGU, and FOTE in Barren Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1998c. The Spring Season—1998. Kentucky Warbler 74 (3): 51–59.

            Records of SSHA and MERL in Barren Co.; and REVI (2 records), BTNW, PROW, WEWA, SWWA (2
        records), HOWA, and SCTA in McCreary Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1999a. The Fall Migration, 1998. Kentucky Warbler 75 (1): 3–9.

            Records of EAGR and SSHA in Barren Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1999b. The Winter Season 1998–1999. Kentucky Warbler 75 (2): 23–28.

            Records of EAGR, COHA, and SACR in Barren Co.; PISI in Clinton Co.; BOGU and RCKI in Cumberland
        Co.; and MUSW in Wayne Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1999c. The Spring Season, 1999. Kentucky Warbler 75 (3): 40–47.

            Record of GRYE in Clinton Co.

Busroe, F. M. 1999d. The Summer Season, 1999.  Kentucky Warbler 75 (4): 59–61.

            Record of COLO in Barren Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2000a. The Fall Migration, 1999. Kentucky Warbler 76 (1): 3-9.

            Records of COLO, HOGR, TUSW, COHA, AMCO, and SACR (4000+) in Barren Co.; EASO, BDOW, BHVI,
        RBNU (4 records), BRCR, WIWR, GCKI, RCKI, HETH, TEWA, CSWA, MAWA, BTBW, BTNW, BLBW, PIWA,
        BBWA, AMRE (2 records), HOWA, SCTA, FOSP, WTSP, DEJU, RBGR, and PUFI in McCreary Co.; COLO,
        HOGR, GADW, BWTE, BUFF, OSPR, NOHA (2 records), COHA, RLHA, SORA, SEPL, SPSA, SAND, EASO,
        SEOW, CONI (2 records), CWWI (12 Aug), ACFL, LOSH, RBNU, BRCR, HOWR, WIWR, SEWR, RCKI, TEWA, NAWA,
        CSWA, MAWA, BTNW, BBWA, NOWA, VESP, SWSP, WTSP, WCSP, BLGR, RWBL, COGR, and PUFI in
        Pulaski Co.; GREG, BHNU (see also McNeeley 2001), PIWA, DEJU, and PISI in Russell Co.; and AMWI,
        GWTE, RLHA, LEYE, LESA, and AMPI in Wayne Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2000b. The Winter Season 1999–2000. Kentucky Warbler 76 (2): 27–33.

            Records of MERL in Adair Co.; AMWO, EASO, NSWO, RBNU, BRCR, WIWR, GCKI, HETH, AMRO,
        PIWA, and PUFI  in McCreary Co.; PBGR, BLVU, GWFG, GADW, AMWI, ABDU, NOSH, NOPI, GWTE,
        CANV, REDH, RNDU, LESC, SUSC, COGO, HOME, BAEA, NOHA, COHA, RTHA, RLHA, WITU, AMCO,
        SACR, KILL, DUNL, WISN, BOGU, RBGU, HERG, EASO, BDOW, SEOW, LOSH, BRCR, WIWR, RCKI,
        EABL, HETH, YRWA, CHSP, SASP, FOSP, SWSP, WCSP, and PUFI in Pulaski Co.; BLVU, SNGO, ABDU,
        RBGU, RCKI, EABL, and YRWA in Russell Co.; and GWTE and  HOLA in Wayne Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2000c. The Spring Season, 2000. Kentucky Warbler 76 (3): 43–47.

            Records of SUSC (3 records—25, 26 Apr, 7 May), SOSA, LESA, and NSWO (5 Mar) in Barren Co.; NSWO
        (
4 records—2, 5, 10, & 26 Mar), BHVI (26 Mar), BTNW (26 Mar), YTWA (incorrect date; should be 26 Mar),
        BAWW (26 Mar), and LOWA (26 Mar) in McCreary Co.; COLO, PBGR (high count—48), HOGR, AMBI (20 Apr),
        GTBH, GADW, REDH, RBME, SESA (21 on 12 May), DUNL (19 May), STSA (2 May), BOGU, YBFL (13 & 17
        May), BHVI (30 May), GWWA (2 May), NOPA, CMWA (10 on 1 May), YTWA (30 Mar), PIWA, SWWA (3 on
        11 May), LOWA (fledgling—30 May), HESP (7 May), LISP (8 May), SWSP (3 May), RBGR (20 Apr), BLGR
        (21 Apr), PUFI (3 May), and PISI (16 on 14 Mar) in Pulaski Co.; YCNH (2 on 9 May) in Russell Co.; and GREG
        (10 May), AMWI (47 on 1 Mar), BWTE, and GWTE in Wayne Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2000d. The Nesting Season, 2000.  Kentucky Warbler 76 (4): 55–58.

            Records of BDOW and WPWI in McCreary Co.; and WODU, AMKE, YBCU, RHWO, EAWP, ACFL, GCFL,
        LOSH, WEVI, YTVI, BHVI, REVI, HOLA, TRSW, CLSW, WOTH, BRTH, NOPA, BTNW, YTWA, PIWA,
        PRAW, CERW, BAWW, PROW, WEWA, SWWA, OVEN, LOWA, KEWA, HOWA, COYE, YBCH, SCTA,
        GRSP, HESP (3 records), BLGR, and BAOR in Pulaski Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2001a. The Fall Migration, 2000. Kentucky Warbler 77 (1): 3–11.

            Records of RUDU, NOHA, DUNL (15 Nov), and TRSW (10 Nov) in Barren Co.; SNGO (26 Nov), GRSC (24 Nov),
        OSPR, SACR, SEPL (16 Sep), CATE (16 Sep), OCWA (18 Oct; Mt. Zion), SWWA (food for young
—2 Aug), HOWA,
        WIWA (15 Sep), CHSP, VESP (13 Oct), SASP, HESP (12 on 1 Aug), and LISP (5 Oct) in Pulaski Co.; and AMPI
        (25 Oct) in Wayne Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2001b. The Winter Season—2000–2001. Kentucky Warbler 77 (2): 27–30.

            Records of RTLO, EAGR, CAGO, MUSW, SUSC (provides incorrect number—should be 5—on 3 December),
        LTDU, and COME in Barren Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2001c. The Spring Migration, 2001. Kentucky Warbler 77 (3): 47–53.

            Records of OSPR, COHA, CLSW, and RBNU in Barren Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2002a. The Fall Migration, 2001. Kentucky Warbler 78 (1): 3–13.

            Records of RTLO, EAGR, GREG, and BARS in Barren Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2002b. The Winter Season, 2001–2002. Kentucky Warbler 78 (2): 31–35.

            Records of RNGR and WPWA in Barren Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2002c. The Spring Migration, 2002. Kentucky Warbler 78 (3): 47–54.

            Records of GTBH colony, COHA nest, WITU, SORA (26 Apr), LEYE (17 May), SOSA (17 May), SESA
        (31 May), NSWO (number incorrect; should be 2), ALFL (11 May), BHVI, WAVI, PHVI (19 May), BRCR
        (6 Apr), GCKI (6 Apr), HETH (6 Apr; number correct?), BWWA (16 Apr), NOPA, CMWA (21 May), BTNW,
        PIWA, PRAW, BBWA (21 May), BAWW, AMRE, PROW (11 Apr), SWWA (29 Apr), LOWA (25 Mar), CONW
        (21 May), HOWA (19 Apr), WIWA (19 Apr), SCTA (15 Apr), VESP (25 Mar), SASP, GRSP (14 Apr), HESP,
        FOSP, LISP (29 Apr; incorrect site reported; should be Little Lick, DBNF), SWSP (3 May), and PISI (21 Apr)
        in Pulaski Co.; and HESP (17 Apr; incorrect number cited; should be 2) in Wayne Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2002d. The Nesting Season, June–July 2002.  Kentucky Warbler 78 (4): 59–67.

            Records of BOGU (Barren/Allen line) and ECDO in Barren Co.; NOPA, BTNW, and GRSP in McCreary Co.;
        PBGR, GTBH, GREG, WODU, COHA nest, RSHA, RTHA, SEPL, LEYE, SPSA (probable breeding), SOSA,
        LESA, SESA (2 records), WRSA, PESA, BLTE, YBCU, EASO, BDOW, EAWP, ACFL, LOSH, WEVI, BHVI,
        WAVI, HOLA, PUMA, TRSW, CLSW,  CWAX (nest), NOPA, BTNW, PIWA, PRAW, CERW, BAWW, PROW,
        WEWA, SWWA, LOWA, KEWA, HOWA, YBCH, SUTA, SCTA, GRSP, HESP, and SOSP (nest) in Pulaski
        Co.; and CLSW and BARS in Russell Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2003a. The Fall Migration, 2002. Kentucky Warbler 79 (1): 3–18.

            Records of SACR, LOSH, HOWR, OCWA, and INBU in Adair Co.; COLO, HOGR, AWPE (Barren/Allen Co.
        line), SUSC, WWSC, RBME, OSPR, SSHA, COHA, SACR, FRGU, ECDO (Barren/Hart Co. line),
        NSWO, TRSW, BARS, OCWA, INBU, and PISI in Barren Co.; COLO in Green Co.; BWTE, VEER, YTWA,
        PRAW, BBWA, and HOWA in McCreary Co.; COLO, HOGR, WEGR, GREG, BLVU, NOSH, REDH, RNDU,
        SUSC, BUFF, RBME, RUDU, OSPR, BAEA, RTHA (white form), SEPL, GRYE, SOSA, SPSA, SESA, WESA,
        LESA, DUNL, STSA, BBSA, BOGU, CATE, COTE, FOTE, BLTE, YBCU, GCFL, BHVI, TRSW, GCTH, SWTH,
        AMPI, TEWA, NAWA, BLBW, CERW, AMRE, PROW, KEWA, CAWA, SCTA, CHSP, VESP, SASP, GRSP,
        and BLGR in Pulaski Co.; STSA in Russell Co.; and NOHA and SACR in Wayne Co.

Busroe, F. M. 2003b. Winter Season, 2002–2003. Kentucky Warbler 79 (2): 43–50.

            Records of TUVU (600+) and OSPR (late) in Barren Co.; COLO, HOGR, GTBH, BLVU, TUVU, WODU,
        GADW, NOSH, GWTE, REDH, COGO, HOME, RUDU, NOHA, MERL, WISN, BOGU, EASO, NSWO, RHWO,
        YBSA, EAPH, LOSH, HOLA, HOWR, WIWR, GCKI, BRTH, OCWA, SASP, and RUBL in Pulaski Co.; BAEA,
        RBGU, YRWA, and CHSP in Russell Co.; and HOGR, SNGO, AMWI, RNDU, and VESP in Wayne Co.

Caldwell, J. 1936. Notes on Woodcock, Grouse and Turkey. Migrant 7 (2): 48.

            Mentions without details sightings of RUGR in Cumberland, Fentress, Putnam, Van Buren, and White
        counties; also 35 pairs of WITU in Van Buren County.

Caldwell, J. C. 1941. Ruffed Grouse in Tennessee. Migrant 12 (1): 12–13.

            Author found RUGR most abundant in Van Buren, Cumberland, Morgan, and Fentress counties "with the
        center of population seemingly in Cumberland County in the Peavine Mountains and around Ozone and a little
        settlement known as Dogwood."

Calhoon, K. 2002. Report of the Tennessee Bird Records Committee. Migrant 73 (1): 7–8.

            Includes committee action on EAGR in DeKalb Co. [7/]22 November 2000  (accepted by 6-0 vote); see also
       
Casteel 2001a.

Calhoun, J. 1934. Le Conte's and Lincoln's Sparrow.  Migrant 5 (4): 64.

            Describes a sighting of LESP 4 November 1934 near Carthage, Smith Co.

Carpenter, F. S. 1965. Albino Hawks at Lake Cumberland. Kentucky Warbler 41 (2): 30.

            Sightings of 2 albinistic Buteos in Russell Co. 12 October 1964.

Casteel, P. D. 2000a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 1999–2000]. Migrant 71 (2): 43–44.

            Records of SACR in Clay Co.; SACR in Pickett Co.; and TUSW, MERL, and SACR in Putnam Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2000b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 2000]. Migrant 71 (3): 88–90.

            Records of LOWA in Putnam Co.; and HOME, WISN, BARN, CWWI (13 May), BLGR, VESP, GRSP, and PUFI in
        Warren Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2000c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 2000]. Migrant 71 (4): 120.

            Records of NOBO and GRSP in Warren Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2001a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 2000]. Migrant 72 (1): 40–42.

            Records of EAGR (see also Calhoon 2002) in DeKalb Co.; SACR in Pickett Co.; and LTDU [an incorrect
        ending date (should be 16 December 2000) for the record is cited; a male, as well as a female, is alleged to
        have been present (but all evidence indicates only a female was present); and the observer of the putative male
        is incorrectly indicated] and PRAW (late) in Putnam Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2001b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 2000–2001]. Migrant 72 (2): 70–71.

            Records of SUSC in DeKalb Co.; SACR (5710) in Pickett Co.; and BARN, TRSW, and LALO in Putnam
        Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2001c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 2001]. Migrant 72 (3): 94–95.

            Records of WEWA in Macon Co.; RUDU [erroneous], MIKI, BARN, ALFL, LEFL, and PHVI in Putnam
        Co.; and  GRSP in Warren Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2001d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 2001]. Migrant 72 (4): 124.

            Record of STFL in Putnam Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2002a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 2001]. Migrant 73 (1): 12–14.

            Records of BWTE, WAVI, RCKI, GRCA, TEWA, NAWA, CSWA, MAWA, CMWA, COYE, and BOBO in
        Putnam Co.; and HESP in Warren Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2002b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 2001–2002]. The Migrant 73 (2):
        37.

            Records of HOGR in Clay Co.; HOGR, REDH, SUSC, and RBME in DeKalb Co.; SACR in Pickett Co.; and
        BLVU, SNGO, SACR, BARN, TRSW, BHNU (see also Stedman and Walden 2003), and BRBL in Putnam Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2002c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 2002]. Migrant 73 (3): 58–60.

            Records of TRHE in Clay Co.; ROGO and OSPR (2 nests) in Jackson Co.; EVGR in Pickett Co.; SNEG,
        YCNH, ROGO, LTDU, HOME, FOTE, BARN, WIFL, BHNU, BTBW, and CERW in Putnam Co.; and YCNH in
        White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2002d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 2002]. Migrant 73 (4): 112–113.

            Records of DICK in Overton Co.; PBGR in Putnam Co.;  and GRSP in Warren Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2003a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 2002]. Migrant 74 (1): 18–20.

            Records of HOGR, SUSC, SPSA, CATE, and TRSW in Clay Co.; HOGR, GTBH (white form; see also Todd
        2005), TUVU, WWSC, and BLSC in DeKalb Co.; GTBH (white form; see also Todd 2005), GREG, SUSC, RBME,
        DUNL, CATE, CONI, CHSW, RTHU, ACFL, GCFL, PHVI, BHNU, MAWR, SWTH (2 records), AMPI, GWWA, NOPA,
        YWAR, YRWA, OVEN, KEWA, HOWA, and WIWA [should be attributed to R. M. Denton] in Putnam Co.; and
        GREG, HESP, and BOBO in Warren Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2003b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 2002–2003]. Migrant 74 (2): 54–55.

          Records of MUSW and SPSA in Clay Co.; HOGR in DeKalb Co.; MUSW in Jackson Co.; BWTE, MERL,
        WPWA, COYE, and LALO in Putnam Co.; ALHU in Smith Co.; and GWFG [incorrect date used; should be 28
        December 2002
] in Warren Co. (see also Casteel 2004b).

Casteel, P. D. 2003c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 2003]. Migrant 74 (3): 88–91.

          Records of EAGR in DeKalb Co., RTHU in Pickett Co.; and YCNH in Putnam[/White] Co.; ignores many UCR
        records that supersede those included in report.

Casteel, P. D. 2003d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 2003]. Migrant 74 (4): 130–131.

            Records of PBGR, BCNH, and CERW in DeKalb Co.; CERW in Fentress Co.; PBGR, RNDU, BAEA, and
        ECDO in Overton Co.; and PBGR, SPSA, and ECDO in Putnam Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2004a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 2003]. Migrant 75 (1): 26–28.

            Records of GWFG and PISI in Clay Co.; REDH, GTBH (white form), BWWA, WCSP, DEJU, and RBGR in
        DeKalb Co.; BGGN (late
—19 Oct) in Jackson Co.; SACR in Overton Co.; NOSH, RUDU, AMCO, RUHU, YTVI, RBNU,
        BHNU, HETH, TEWA, NOPA, CSWA, MAWA, CMWA (3 records), SASP, BOBO, RUBL, and OROR in
        Putnam Co.; RBME in Warren Co.; and HOME in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2004b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 2003–2004]. Migrant 75 (2): 75–76.

            Records of COLO, HOGR, Aechmophorus sp., and PISI in Clay Co.; ROGO (27 Jan), GRSC (16 Feb), HOGR,
        EAGR (30 Dec), MERL (28 Dec), ECDO, BHVI (28 Dec), AMPI, and YBCH (30 Dec; see also Stedman and Hawkins
        2003) in DeKalb Co.; SACR in Pickett Co.; LTDU (20 Dec
–4 Feb), BARN (2 eggs), RUHU (2), BHNU, HOWR (20 Dec),
        WPWA (2 records), OVEN (20 Dec), YBCH (23–24 Jan; see also Stedman and Hawkins 2003), LISP (5 Dec), BOBO 
        (20–28 Dec; see also Hawkins et al. 2005), and PUFI in Putnam Co.; ECDO (27 Dec [first county record]), HOWR (27 
        Dec), and WPWA in Warren Co.; and REDH (high count
—101), RTHA (harlani), OCWA (8 Feb), WPWA, and BRBL 
        (35 on 4 Feb) in White Co.; corrects date [28 December 2002] of GWFG in Warren Co. during winter 2002
–2003.

Casteel, P. D. 2004c. Highland Rim and  Basin Region [Spring 2004]. Migrant 75 (3): 112–115.

            Records of HOGR, BNST (see also Todd 2005), RTHU, LOSH (nest), and BOBO in DeKalb Co.; OSPR (2 nest
        records), BOGU, WPWI (early—3 Apr [lists incorrect observer; should be James B. Layzer]), and CLSW (early—2 Apr) in
        Jackson Co.; Krider's RTHA in Macon Co.; ECDO and GCFL in Overton Co.; PUMA in Pickett Co.; YCNH, Plegadis sp.,
        SPSA, ACFL (high count—98), WIFL, BHNU (nest), YWAR (early—16 Apr), CSWA (early—23 Apr), CMWA, YRWA
        (late—25 May), BTNW (early—24 Mar), YTWA (early—25 Mar), WPWA (late—17 May), CERW (2 records), BAWW
        (early—28 Mar), MOWA, COYE (early—13 Apr), CAWA (early—26 Apr), VESP, PUFI (late—11 May), and PISI in
        Putnam Co.; Plegadis sp. and GOEA in Smith Co.; YCNH, EAKI (early—12 Mar), and GRSP (6—1 feeding y) in Warren
        Co.; and SNGO, REDH, HOME (female w/ 10 y), CAEG, YCNH (2 records), Harlan's RTHA, GRYE, WESA, BASP, and
        DICK in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2004d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 2004]. Migrant 75 (4): 159–160.

            Records of LOSH (young) in DeKalb Co.; DCCO (late) in Putnam Co.; and BWTE (young), AMBI [incomplete data
   
     cited], VIRA [incomplete data cited], WIFL, SEWR, and HESP (young [inaccurate date cited]) in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2005a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 2004]. Migrant 76 (1): 29–32.

            Records of VIRA and YWAR (late—14 Nov) in Clay Co.; RNDU, HOGR,  BCNH (young), CATE, OSFL, OCWA
        [details lacking], PUFI, and PISI in DeKalb Co.; GADW in Jackson Co.; REVI (late—24 Oct) in Pickett Co.; AMWI,
        GRHE (late
—29 Nov), YCNH (late—9 Oct), SACR (early—13 Oct),  BLTE, CONI (late—1 Nov), EAWP (late—30 Oct),
        STFL, PHVI, BHNU (8), MAWR (early
—18 Sep), RCKI, HETH, CSWA (early—11 Aug), MAWA (early—25 Aug),
        BBWA, and LISP (early—18 Sep) in Putnam Co., LBHE, LEOW (Winter 2003
–2004), HESP (10 Oct; S. McWhirter) 
   
     in Warren Co.; RUDU, WHIB, VIRA, SORA, COMO, LEYE (60), STSA, SBDO, WISN, FOTE, BLTE, EAKI, PHVI, 
       
SEWR (2 sets of young; second confirmed TN breeding record), GWWA, NAWA, NOWA, COYE (late
—26 Nov), LISP 
        (9 Oct), SWSP, BOBO (late
—9 Oct), and RUBL (early—9 Oct) in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2005b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 2004–2005]. Migrant 76 (2): 79–81.

            Records of ROGO (13–14 Jan; incorrect observer cited; should be Judy C. Fuson), HOGR, PUMA (24 Feb), and 
        HOWR (28 Dec) in DeKalb Co.; GOEA (4 Feb), HOWR (25 Dec), and LISP (25 Dec) in Jackson Co.; BWTE (16 Feb),
        GRSC (15 Jan), SUSC (12 Dec), WITU (82), HOWR (18 Dec), and COYE (18 Dec) in Putnam Co.; COME (30 Dec),
        HOWR (30 Dec), and AMPI in Warren Co.; and TRSW (26 Feb), SEWR (21 Dec), MAWR (2 records—8 & 21 Dec), and
        BRBL (5 Dec) in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2005c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 2005]. Migrant 76 (3): 97–99.

            Records of PALO [see also Edwards 2006], HOGR, GRYE, RTHU, EAWP, EAKI, RBGR, and PISI in DeKalb Co.;
        SNGO (late
—22 May), OSPR, WHCR, WPWI (early—4 Apr), CWWI (14 Apr), WIFL, YTVI, and DICK in Jackson Co.; ECDO in
        Overton Co.; GADW (late—10 Apr), GRSC, BWHA, MERL, SPSA, SBDO (treats 2 dowitcher sp. as this sp.), ECDO,
        ALFL, LEFL, GCFL, WEVI, CERW, AMRE, SWWA, NOWA, CAWA (2 records), YBCH, GRSP (early—11 Apr), LISP
        (late—20 May), WTSP, and PUFI in Putnam Co.; LTDU, RBME, and CLSW in Smith Co.; PEFA, AMPI, and GRSP in
        Warren Co.; andBRAN, HOME (2 females with y), AMBI, NOHA, LEYE, SOSA, STSA, ECDO, SEWR, MAWR, and
        GRSP in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2005d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 2005]. Migrant 76 (4): 145.

            Records of SNEG [incorrectly attributes this record in part to SJS] and PUMA [roost of 10000+] in Clay Co.; AMWO,
       
SOTE [specimen], and BBCU  in Putnam Co.; and WILL [2 records], WESA, and PESA in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2006a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 2005]. Migrant 77 (1): 25–27.

            Records of AMAV and BLTE in Clay Co.; AMWI, NOPI, BLSC, HOGR, PEFA, VIRA [specimen], LAGU, OSFL, GCKI,
        VEER [?}, "Brewster's" Warbler [evidence?], BLBW [?], YTWA, BBWA [?], DEJU [?] and PISI [?] in DeKalb Co.; NRWS
        in Jackson Co.; RUHU in Pickett Co.;  RNDU, MERL, GRSP, and OROR in Putnam Co.; and MAWR, AMPI, GRSP, and
        SWSP in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2006b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 2005–2006]. Migrant 77 (2): 58–59.

            Records of LISP (14 Dec—CBC record) in Clay Co.; ECDO, BHVI (27 Dec), OCWA (13 Feb), and RUBL in DeKalb Co.;
        RUDU (first county record) in Pickett Co.; WPWA in Putnam Co.; and AMPI in Warren Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2006c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 2006]. Migrant 77 (3): 99–102.

            Records of HOGR (405), RTHU (early—31 Mar), PUMA, SEWR, CMWA, and DICK in DeKalb Co.; WPWI (early—1 Apr),
        and YWAR in Jackson Co.; SUSC (late—23 May), AMGP, SPSA (early—6 Apr), GCFL, TRSW, MAWA, BBWA, BLPW,
        CERW, BAWW, NOWA, WIWA, YBCH (early—14 Apr), and RBGR (early—10 Apr) in Putnam Co.; and AMBI, BTNW, PRAW,
        and BAWW in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2006d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 2006]. Migrant 77 (4): 144.

            Records of CEDW (nest-building) and HESP in DeKalb Co.; WIFL in Jackson Co.; BWTE, RUDU, and BAOR in Putnam
        Co.; HOWR (breeding) and GRSP (w/ y) in Warren Co.; and PESA, WIFL, SEWR, and HESP in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2007a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 2006]. Migrant 78 (1): 34–36.

            Records of HOGR, YBCU [?], RTHU [?], RBNU, SWTH (early—3 Sep), and WTSP (early—29 Sep) in DeKalb Co.; AMBI
   
     in Fentress Co.; AMBI, CAEG, and
BEWR (24 Sep
—DLC, KLM) in Jackson Co.; ABDU (early—16 Sep), GWTE, RUDU,
        [ignores early records of SACR], EAKI (late—3 Oct), PHVI (early—8 Sep), VEER (early—5 Sep), CMWA (16 Sep), NOWA
        (late—10 Oct), LISP (early—15 Sep), and PISI (25 Nov) in Putnam Co.; SEOW (early—15 Oct) in Smith Co.; MAWR, GRSP
        (late—24
–25 Oct), and HESP (late—25 Oct [but date was 24]) in Warren Co.; BBSA, SEWR, GCTH (early—2 Sep), BLBW
        (late—21 Oct), YTWA (late—17 Oct), PROW (2 Sep), NOWA (early—10 Sep), GRSP (latish—21 Oct), and BLGR (late—21 Oct)
        in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2007b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 2006–2007]. Migrant 78 (2): 79–80.

            Records of RBME (14 Dec—first county record) and ECDO (incorrect date cited; should be 14 Dec—first county record)
       
in Clay Co.; ROGO (22 Jan), HOGR (high count—320), BAEA, and Selasphorus sp. in DeKalb Co.; MUSW in Jackson Co.;
        CANV in Overton Co.; GWFG (22 Feb) and NSWO (19 Dec) in Pickett Co.; SUSC (27 Dec), GREG (4 Dec), TRES (25 Feb),
        and LISP (16 Dec
—CBC record) in Putnam Co.; RUBL in Smith Co.; and SEWR (21 Dec), MAWR (16 Dec), GRCA (14 Feb),
        BRBL, and PISI in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2007c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 2007]. Migrant 78 (3): 100–102.

            Records of RTHU, OSFL, AMRE (early—17 Apr), WEWA (early—14 Apr), GRSP (16 Apr), DICK (4 May), and OROR
        (16 Apr)
in DeKalb Co.; CWWI (17 Apr), CLSW (early
—24 Mar), GCTH (27 Apr), and WOTH (12 Apr) in Jackson Co.; GWFG (late—
        20 Apr), SPSA, REVI, YWAR (18 Apr), CSWA (28 Apr), BTBW (12 May), BLBW (21 Apr), YTWA (early
—22 Mar),
        CERW (20 Apr), BAWW (early
—24 Mar), OVEN (early—4 Apr [2 records]), KEWA (early—14 Apr), SUTA (early—18 Apr),
        VESP (early—24 Mar), and HESP (first county record—12 May) in Putnam Co.; GRSP (16 Apr) in Warren Co.; HOME
        (female w/ 6 young) and AMPI (late—17 Apr) in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2007d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 2007]. Migrant 78 (4): 140–141.

            Records of BCNH in Clay Co.; BCNH and LOSH (young at 2 sites) in DeKalb Co.; WTSP in Putnam Co.; PROW (nest)
        in Smith Co.; SPSA (early
—15 Jul), LOSH (young), and GRSP in Warren Co.; AMAV (early—28 Jul) in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2008a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 2007]. Migrant 79 (1): 21–23.

            Records of AMCO (3000) and PUMA (Lilydale roost) in Clay Co.; HOGR (24 Oct), BBCU? (29 Sep), NSWO (3 Nov—
        road kill),
LOSH, and LISP? (15–23 Oct) in DeKalb Co.; CANV (24 Nov) and WHCR (25 Nov) in Jackson Co.; CWWI (17
        Aug
—calling) in Pickett Co.; GADW (11 Sep—incorrectly attributed to White Co.), AMWI (15 Sep—incorrectly attributed
        to White Co.
), ABDU (15 Sep—incorrectly attributed to White Co.), COGO (16 Nov), COME (21–29 Nov—incorrectly gives
        28 Nov as last date
), NOHA (15 Sep—incorrectly attributed to White Co.), SACR (29 Oct), AMWO, OSFL (15 Sep), YTVI
        (17 Oct), BHNU, SEWR (15 Sep), GCKI (12 Oct), GCTH (15 Sep), HETH (12 Oct), YRWA (15 Sep), NOWA (14 Sep),
        SAVS (early
—15 Sep), SWSP (early—15 Sep), WTSP (Aug—summering), RBGR (late—28 Oct), and RUBL (10 Nov) in
        Putnam Co.; SORA (15 Sep
—road kill), BARN, LOSH, AMPI (3 Nov), and WIWA (early—4 Aug) in Warren Co.; and SNGO
        (10 Nov), WIWR (29 Sep), GWWA (29 Sep), YWAR (29 Sep), CMWA (29 Sep), and WTSP (29 Sep) in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2008b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 2007–2008]. Migrant 79 (2): 52–53.

            Records of GOEA (18 Dec—CBC) in Clay Co.; SNGO, LTDU (7 Dec), GREG (2 Dec), HOLA, PUMA (27 Feb), and LALO
        in DeKalb Co.; YRWA (Audubon's form
—16 Feb—GBBC), WPWA (8—GBBC), and BRBL in Putnam Co.; and GWFG (CBC)
        and CAEG (16 Feb
—GBBC) in White County.

Casteel, P. D. 2008c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 2008]. Migrant 79 (3): 63–65.

            Records of CERW (12 Apr), HOWA (8 Apr), GRSP (12 Apr), and HESP (12 Apr) in DeKalb Co.; HESP (26 Apr) in Jackson
        Co.; SNEG (early
—19 Mar), CWWI (17 Apr), WPWI (6 Apr), WOTH (9 Apr), OCWA (14 Apr), YWAR (11 Apr), AMRE (12 Apr),
        KEWA (12 Apr), BLGR (14 Apr), and OROR (11 Apr) in Putnam Co.;
AMPI, GRSP (12 Apr), and RUBL (21 Mar) in Warren Co.;
        and
AMBI (29 Mar—incorrect date of 29 Apr listed) in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2008d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 2008]. Migrant 79 (4): 97–98.

            Records of ECDO in DeKalb Co. and OSPR (nest w/ y) in Smith Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2009a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 2008]. Migrant 80 (1): 24–26.

            Records of PUMA (40,000 at roost) in Clay Co.; CAWA? (16 Aug) in DeKalb Co.; YCNH, Plegadis sp. (7 Oct), NOHA
        (early
—17 Aug), MAWA (early—12 Aug), BTBW (3 Sep), MOWA (early—11 Aug), and LISP (30 Nov) in Putnam Co.; LOSH
        (4 y), BEWR (5 Oct), MAWR (6 Oct), VESP (15 Nov), GRSP (18 Aug), and PISI (59) in Warren Co.; and BTBW (4 Oct) in White
        Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2009b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 2008–2009]. Migrant 80 (2): 67–69.

            Records of GWFG, HOGR (403—incorrect observer cited; should be Carol D. Williams rather than Catherine Walden), and
        ATSP (2 records) in DeKalb Co.; GRSC in Pickett Co.; BHNU, LALO (22 Feb), and WEME in Putnam Co.; MUSW, TUSW,
        BARN, WPWA, and VESP in Warren Co.; and WHCR (2 y and 6 ad), GRCA, WPWA, and LALO in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2009c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 2009]. Migrant (3): 88–91.

            Records of HESP in Overton Co.; RUHU (23 Mar) in Putnam Co.; BWHA (4 Apr), LEYE (37), BHVI (17 Mar), REVI (4 Apr),
        BARS (23 Mar), YTWA (23 Mar), DICK, and BOBO (75) in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2009d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 2009]. Migrant (4): 125–126.

            Records of HESP in DeKalb Co.; WIFL (5) in Jackson Co.; AMCO (24 Jun) in Putnam Co.; and LOSH and DICK in Warren Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2010a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 2009]. Migrant 81 (1): 51–53.

            Records of AMAV (26 Sep) and OSFL (5 Sep) in Clay Co.; HOGR, TRHE (29 Aug), CCSP (16 Oct), and PUFI in DeKalb Co.;
        VIRA (2 calling—21 Nov) and RBNU  in Fentress Co.;  LEBI (19 Sep), SACR (early—17 Oct), BBPL (23
–24 Oct), WOTH
        (late—20
–30 Nov; see also Casteel 2010b), and PISI (2—7 Aug) in Putnam Co.; LOSH and GRSP in Warren Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2010b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 2009–2010]. Migrant 81 (2): 100–102.

            Records of GWFG [Note: record invalid], WPWA, and LALO in Clay Co.; WPWA in Cumberland Co.; WEGR (27 Jan) in
        DeKalb Co.; VIRA (29 Dec) in Fentress Co.; WOTH (1
–17 Dec) and WPWA in Putnam Co.; BARN, LOSH, and VESP in
        Warren Co.; and MERL (21 Dec), WHCR, BHVI (21 Dec), and WPWA in White Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2010c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 2010]. Migrant 81 (3): 115–117.

            Records of WOTH (early14 Apr) and CERW (early9 Apr) in DeKalb Co.; ALFL (20 May), CERW (53 on 20 May), AMRE (72 on         20 May), and SCTA (early13 Apr) in Putnam Co.; and BARN (1 Apr), VESP (18 Mar), and DICK (23 May) in Warren Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2010d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 2010]. Migrant 81 (3): 126.

           Record of GRSP in Warren Co.

Casteel, P. D. 2010e. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 2010]. Migrant 81 (4): 155157.

           Records of WHIB (6 Aug) in Clay Co.; LBHE (14 Sep), RTHU (7 Nov), CMWA (25 Sep), and RBGR (8 Nov) in DeKalb Co.; RUBL (23 Nov) in Putnam Co.; SEWR (14 Oct), GRSP, and BLGR (14 Oct) in Warren Co.; ABDU (18 Sep) in White Co.

Clark, B. 1968. Song Sparrow Nests at Cookeville. Migrant 39 (4): 84.

            Nest of SOSP with 2 eggs and 2 young noted 11 May 1968 at home of Caprice Hail in Cookeville, Putnam
        Co., Tennessee; argued to be first nest in area [but see also Mayfield 1953 and Coffey 1965].

Coffey, B. B., Jr. 1965. Song Sparrows at Manchester. Migrant 36 (3): 60.

            Refers to a record  by G. R. Mayfield, Sr., of a singing SOSP in Cookeville, Putnam Co., 14 May 1953; also
        mentions nesting pair noted by Miser Richmond in Cookeville during spring 1952.  See also Mayfield 1953
        and Clark 1968.

Cook, W. E. 1985. Large 19th Century Egg and Nest Collection Recently Discovered. Kingbird
   
     35: 247
–250.

            Collection includes COME egg set from Smith Co. See also Kiff 1989 and Knight 1989b.

Cooke, W. W. 1914. The Migration of North American Sparrows.  Bird-Lore 16: 176.

            Includes early arrival date—26 March 1889—for BASP at Science Hill, Pulaski Co., KY; average arrival date
        for seven (unspecified) years: 6 April.

Croft, J., W. Rowe, and H. Wiley. 1965. Notes from the Cumberland National Forest. Kentucky
        Warbler
41 (1): 3
–4.

            Records of BWHA, PIWA, and HOWA in McCreary Co.; and BWHA in Wayne Co.

Crook, C. 1936a. Ruffed Grouse in Putnam County. Migrant 7 (1): 22.

            Observation of a RUGR in Stamp's Hollow occurred 24 March 1935; anecdotal evidence of RUGR nearby in
        May 1935 also offered.

Crook, C. 1936b. A Late Golden-winged Warbler in the Cumberlands.  Migrant 7 (2): 48.

            Describes a singing male GWWA in Stamp's Hollow, Putnam Co., 19–26 May 1935.

Davant, M. 1965. A Brief History of the T.O.S. Chapters. Migrant 36 (2): 30–36.

            A paragraph  (on p. 35) is devoted to the Upper Cumberland Chapter in Cookeville, established 10 October
        1957; chapter worked to make the city a "Bird Haven"; "Hidden Valley Lake" is the location of the spring
        count.

DeVore, J. E. 1968a. The 1968 Spring Field Days. Migrant 39 (2): 30–35.

            Includes results of the Cookeville spring count (20 April 1968; 74 species), including DICK; also includes
        results of the spring meeting of the TOS in Cookeville (11
–12 May 1968; 127 species [probably not all
        found within Putnam County but no way to tell]).

DeVore, J. E. 1968b. The 1968 Christmas Season Bird Count. Migrant 39 (4): 75–83.

           Includes results of 27 December 1968 Cookeville count (44 species), including BARN (2).

DeVore, J. E. 1969a. The 1969 Spring field Days. Migrant 40 (2): 32–37.

            Includes results of the 26 April 1969 Cookeville count (67 species), including BEWR (2).

DeVore, J. E. 1971. The 1970 Christmas Season Bird Counts. Migrant 42 (1): 7–13.

            Includes results of the 28 December 1970 Cookeville count  (46 species).

DeVore, J. E. 1972. The Sandhill Crane in Tennessee. Migrant 43 (2): 29–34.

            Includes a table of Tennessee crane sightings, including at least one each in Bledsoe,
        Cumberland, Morgan, Overton, Pickett, and Putnam counties; see also Devore 1980.

DeVore, J. E. 1975. Middle Tennessee Ornithological Records of the Late H. O. Todd, Jr.
        Migrant 46 (2): 25
–37.

            Includes RWBL egg dates from Warren Co.

DeVore, J. E. 1980. Status of the Sandhill Crane in Tennessee. Migrant 51 (3): 53.

            Includes many records from counties within the Upper Cumberland Region in Tennessee, including Bledsoe,
        Clay, Cumberland, Fentress, Morgan, Overton, Pickett, and Putnam; see also Devore 1972.

Dubke, K. H. 1967. Red-cockaded Woodpecker Nesting Notes. Migrant 38 (3): 60.

            A search for RCWO nests 25 April 1967 in the Catoosa WMA resulted in finding two active nests, one on
        Daddy's Creek and another on Polecat Branch, while a RCWO was also found on Mill Branch, all Cumberland
        Co.

Dubke, K. H. 1989. In Memoriam: Adele H. West. Migrant 60 (4): 100–101.

            Includes mention of her residence in Crossville beginning in 1960s.

Dubke, K. H., and L. D. Dubke. 1979. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Winter1978–1979].
        Migrant 50 (2): 44
–46.

            Record of SACR in Bledsoe Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. D. Dubke. 1980a. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1979]. Migrant 51
        (1): 17
–19.

            Record of COHA in Scott Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. D. Dubke. 1980b. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Winter1979–1980].
        Migrant 51 (2): 40
–43.

            Record of SACR in Cumberland Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. D. Dubke. 1981. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1981]. Migrant
   
     52 (4): 97
–98.

            Records of RCWO in Cumberland Co.; and BWWA in Morgan Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. D. Dubke. 1982. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1982]. Migrant
   
     53 (4): 88
–90.

            Record of VEER in Frozen Head State Natural Area, Morgan Co, TN, [5 & 11 June 1982], the first breeding
        season record there or anywhere in the UCR, but see also Robertson (1979) for an earlier breeding season record
        from a site just to the southwest of the Region; see also Nicholson (1987a).

Dubke, K. H., and L. D. Dubke. 1983a. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1983]. Migrant
   
     54 (3): 63
–66.

            Records of SACR (2 records) in Cumberland Co.; and HOFI in Scott Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. D. Dubke. 1983b. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1983].
        Migrant 54 (4): 89
–91.

            Records of LOSH in Bledsoe Co.; BHVI in Van Buren Co.; and WIFL in Scott Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. D. Dubke. 1984. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1984]. Migrant
   
     55 (3): 72
–74.

            Record of ALFL in Cumberland Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. H. Dubke. 1985a. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1985]. Migrant
   
     56 (3): 78
–81.

            Records of RCWO and RECR in Cumberland Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. H. Dubke. 1985b. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1985].
        Migrant 56 (4): 112
–114.

            Records of CAWA in Morgan Co.; and LEFL and CSWA in Scott Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. H. Dubke. 1986a. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1985]. Migrant 57
        (1): 30
–35.

            Records of REPH in Van Buren Co.; and PISI in Pickett Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. H. Dubke. 1986b. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 1985–1986].
        Migrant 57 (2): 58
–63.

            Record of RLHA in Bledsoe Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. H. Dubke. 1986c. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1986]. Migrant
       
57 (3): 83
–86.

            Records of OSPR and CAWA in Cumberland Co.; WIFL and GRSP in Fentress Co.; TRSW, RBGR
        (nest-building), and GRSP in Morgan Co.; GRSP in Putnam Co.; and BOBO in Scott Co.

Dubke, K. H., and L. H. Dubke. 1986d. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1986].
        Migrant 57 (4): 111
–114.

            Records of BHVI in Bledsoe Co.; HOLA in Fentress Co.; BTBW and CAWA in Morgan Co.; and CSWA
        and HOFI in Scott Co.

Durell, J., T. Anderson, and D. Yancy. 1994. Kentucky 1994 Mid-Winter Bald Eagle Survey.
        Kentucky Warbler 70 (4): 85
–86.

            Includes results of BAEA surveys at Barren River Reservoir (1 ad.), KY part of Dale Hollow L. (9 ad., 7 im.),
        Cumberland R. above Burkesville (3 ad.), and Lake Cumberland (10 ad., 2 im.) 1
–15 January 1994.

Edney, J. M. 1940. The Sandhill Crane in Middle Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee
        Academy of Science
15: 401.

Edwards, K. D. 2006.  2005-2006 Report of the Tennessee Bird Records Committee. Migrant
       
77 (1): 3
–7.

            Includes result of vote (positive) on PALO in DeKalb Co. 9 March 2005; see also Casteel 2005c.

Elmore, J. B. 1980a. House Finches in Pulaski County. Kentucky Warbler 56 (1): 21.

            Four males observed 16 December 1979 on Rush Branch Rd.; see also Stamm 1980b, who discusses 5
        males and 4 females in what was probably a related sighting.

Elmore, J. B. 1980b. Winter Record of the American Redstart in Kentucky.  Kentucky Warbler 56
        (1): 22.

            First-year male observed 1 January 1980 at Kendall Recreation Area near Wolf Creek Dam, Russell Co.,
        KY; first state winter record; see also Stamm 1980b.

Elmore, J. B. 1980c. Winter Record of the Northern Oriole in Somerset. Kentucky Warbler 56 (1):
        22.

            Adult male observed 16 December 1979 on Rt. 39; first winter record Pulaski Co.; see also Stamm 1980b.

Elmore, J. B. 1982. Sighting of the Long-billed Dowitcher in Adair County. Kentucky Warbler 58
        (2): 34
–35.

             One LBDO seen 18 October 1981 at Green River L.; see also Stamm 1982a [includes second sighting 25
        October 1981].

Elmore, J. B. 1983. American Avocets in Pulaski County. Kentucky Warbler 59 (1): 19.

         Two AMAVs observed 11 October 1982 at Fishing Creek Recreation Area.

Elmore, J. B., and B. Palmer-Ball, Jr. 1991. Mortality of Migrant Birds at Two Central Kentucky TV
        Towers. Kentucky Warbler 67 (3): 67
–71.

              Sixty-four species of migrants were identified among tower-killed birds at a TV station in four miles north of
        Columbia, Adair Co. Data from 2 spring collection trips and two fall collections trips presented; 1576 casualties
        collected during one fall trip. Late YWAR and SWWA (each 16/17 October 1990, or a few days earlier) included.

Ettel, T. 2003. The 25th Annual Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey. Migrant 74 (2): 35.

            Mentions count of 29 BAEA at Dale Hollow Lake sometime during 1–15 January 2003.

Fekel, F. C. 1997a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 1996–1997]. Migrant 68 (2): 63–64.

            Records of HOGR (575+) in DeKalb Co.; BTBW in Putnam Co.; and AMWO, RHWO, WPWA, and CHSP
        in Warren Co.  Includes addendum of 1996 records from Warren Co.: DCCO, GREG, BCNH, MUSW, COHA,
        AMKE, AMWO, BARN, GHOW, RHWO, EAKI, TRSW, RBNU, LOSH, BLGR, and GRSP.

Fekel, F. C. 1997b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 1997]. Migrant 68 (3): 108–110.

            Records of NOHA, YBSA, BHVI, BANS, VEER, GCTH, NAWA, WIWA, and DICK in Putnam Co.; and
        BANS, CWAX, and GRSP in Warren Co.

Fekel, F. C. 1997c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 1997]. Migrant 68 (4): 135–136.

            Records of TRSW in DeKalb Co.; SSHA (juveniles) in Putnam Co.; and PRAW and GRSP in Warren Co.

Fekel, F. C. 1998a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 1997]. Migrant 69 (1): 42–44.

            Records of COLO and SACR in DeKalb Co.; RBNU in Pickett Co.; SUSC, WWSC, RUDU, Harlan's
        RTHA
, SACR, CMWA, and INBU in Putnam Co.; YERA, SACR (2 records), WISN, BARN, EAKI (68), and
        WPWA in Warren Co.; and GRYE
in White Co.

Fekel, F. C. 1998b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 1997–1998]. Migrant 69 (2): 108–110.

            Records of HOGR in DeKalb Co.; COHA, SACR, GHOW, RBNU, BHVI, OCWA, and WPWA in Putnam
        Co.; SACR in Warren Co.; and WIWR in White Co.

Fekel, F. C. 1998c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 1998]. Migrant 69 (3): 163–165.

            Records of HOGR and CERW (49) in DeKalb Co.; DCCO, SNEG, CAEG, YCNH, BWTE, COHA (nest),
        SACR, SESA, FOTE, TRSW, PRAW, PROW, and COYE in Putnam Co.; AMBI, GTBH nest, BWTE, BWHA,
        SACR, TRSW, CWAX, GRSP, and NSTS in Warren Co.

Fekel, F. C. 1998d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 1998]. Migrant 69 (4): 187–188.

            Records of late VEER and late WPWA in Macon Co.; and PBGR and COHA in Putnam Co.

Fekel, F. C. 1999a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 1998]. Migrant 70 (1): 48–51.

            Records of COLO, HOGR, SUSC, and GWWA in DeKalb Co.; GWFG, ROGO, MERL, RUGR, SACR,
        BLTE, RTHU, Selasphorus sp., and BRBL in Putnam Co.; HESP and GRSP in Warren Co.; and GRYE and
        DUNL in White Co.

Fekel, F. C. 1999b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 1998–1999]. Migrant 70 (2): 69–71.

            Records of COLO and HOGR in DeKalb Co.; SACR in Jackson Co.; DCCO, AMBI, GWFG, SNGO, ROGO,
        WWSC, SACR, SPSA, RBNU, GRCA, PRAW (16 Dec
—claimed to be 1st TN winter record, but actually 2nd),
        WPWA (2 records), and BAOR in Putnam Co.; and SACR in White Co.

Fekel, F. C. 1999c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 1999]. Migrant 70 (3): 98–100.

            Records of AMBI, GWFG, SNGO, OSFL, WIWR, OVEN, KEWA, CONW, MOWA, and HOWA in Putnam
        Co.

Fekel, F. C. 1999d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 1999]. Migrant 70 (4): 130–131.

            Records of PBGR and WIFL in Putnam Co.; SSHA in Overton Co.; and GRSP in Warren Co.

Fekel, F. C. 2000. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 1999]. Migrant 71 (1): 32–35.

            Records of SACR in Clay Co.; COLO, HOGR, DCCO, SNGO, ABDU/MALL hybrid, SUSC, BAEA, BLTE,
        and PUFI in DeKalb Co.; DCCO and SACR in Jackson Co.; SACR in Pickett Co.; DCCO, LBHE, YCNH, TUVU
        (roost), SACR, SEPL, RBGU, RBNU, SEWR, MAWR, OVEN, BRBL, and PUFI in Putnam Co.; SORA,
   
     BARN, CONI, MAWR, GRSP (late), and PUFI in Warren Co.; and GWTE in White Co.

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 1994. Mid-Winter Bird count 1993–1994.  Kentucky Warbler 70 (1): 15–25.

            Includes results of count in Glasgow (31 December 1993; 58 species).

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 1995. Mid-Winter Bird Count 1994–1995. Kentucky Warbler 71 (1): 9–18.

            Includes results of count in Glasgow (27 December 1994; 52 species).

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 1996. Mid-Winter Bird Count, 1995–1996. Kentucky Warbler 72 (1): 10–20.

            Includes results of count in Glasgow (28 December 1996; 61 species).

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 1997. Mid-Winter Bird Count 1996–1997. The Kentucky Warbler 73 (1): 12–23.

            Includes results of counts in Glasgow (29 December 1996; 59 species) and Somerset (4 January 1997; 65
        species).

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 1998. Mid-Winter Bird Count 1997–1998. The Kentucky Warbler 74 (1): 12–22.

            Includes results of counts in Glasgow (2 January 1998; 63 species) and Somerset (3 January 1998; 76
        species); RTLO and EVGR on the Glasgow count are not included in the table.

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 1999. Mid-Winter Bird Count 1998–1999. The Kentucky Warbler 75 (1): 9–20.

            Includes results of counts in Glasgow (28 December 1998; 78 [but 82 actually listed] species) and
        Somerset (2 January 1999; 81 species).

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 2000. Mid-Winter Bird Count, 1999–2000. The Kentucky Warbler 76 (1): 9–20.

            Includes results of counts in Glasgow (28 December 1999; 75 species) and Somerset (1 January 2000; 78
        species).

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 2001. Mid-Winter Bird Count, 2000–2001. The Kentucky Warbler 77 (1): 11–22.

            Includes results of counts in Glasgow (30 December 2000; 65 species) and Somerset (30 December 2000;
        73 species).

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 2002. Mid-Winter Bird Count, 2001–2002. The Kentucky Warbler 78 (1): 14–26.

            Includes results of counts in Glasgow (29 December 2001; 72 species) and Somerset (5 January 2002; 77
        species).

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 2003. Mid-Winter Bird Count, 2002–2003. The Kentucky Warbler 79 (1): 18–29.

            Includes results of counts in Glasgow (20 December 2002—57 species), Somerset (1 January 2003—74
        species.), and Wayne County (14 December 2002—70 species.); note that the table does not include a House
        Wren seen on the Somerset count though it is mentioned in the introduction to the report.

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 2004. Midwinter Bird Count 2003–2004. Kentucky Warbler 80 (1): 17–32.

            Includes results of counts in Glasgow (27 December 2003 [28 December is also noted as the date of the
        count, but that date is incorrect]
—53 species), Somerset (1 January 2004—82 species), and Wayne County (17
        December 2003—74 species).

[Ferrell, B., ed.] 2005. Mid-Winter Bird Count, 2004–2005. Kentucky Warbler 81 (1): 17–32.

            Includes results of counts in Glasgow (31 December 2004; 70 species), Somerset (1 January 2005; 79
        species), and Wayne County (27 December 2004—83 species).

Ferrell, B., ed. 2006. Mid-Winter Bird Count 2005–2006. Kentucky Warbler 82 (1): 17–32.

            Includes results of 31 December 2005 count in Glasgow (57 spp.), 31 December 2005 count in Somerset
        (84 spp.), and 20 December 2005 count in Wayne County (86 spp.).

Ferrell, B. R., ed. 2007. Mid-Winter Bird Count 2006–2007. Kentucky Warbler 83 (1): 21–36.

            Includes results of 29 December 2006 count in Glasgow (50 spp.), 26 December 2006 count in Russell
        County (54 spp.), 30 December 2006 count in Somerset (78 spp.), and 19 December 2006 count in Wayne
        County (85 spp.).

Ferrell, B. R., ed. 2008. Mid-Winter Bird Count 2007–2008. Kentucky Warbler 84 (1): 17–33.

            Includes results of 29 December 2007 count in Glasgow (62 spp.), 14 December 2007 count in Russell
        County (72 spp.), 29 December 2007 count in Somerset (77 spp.), and 3 January 2008 count in Wayne County
        (77 spp.).

Ferrell, B. R., ed. 2009. Mid-Winter Bird Count 2008–2009. Kentucky Warbler 85 (1): 21–38.

            Includes results of 30 December 2008 count at Glasgow (56 spp.), 17 December 2008 count in Russell County
        (70 spp.), 18 December 2008 count in Wayne County (85 spp.), and 1 January 2009 count in Somerset (84 spp.).

Ferrell, B., ed. 2010. Mid-Winter Bird Count 2009–2010. Kentucky Warbler 86 (1): 16–33.

            Includes results of 3 January 2010 count in Glasgow (77 spp.), 14 December 2009 count in Russell/Adair Counties
        (77 spp.), 17 December 2009 count in Wayne County (83 spp.), and 1 January 2010 count in Somerset (83 spp.).

Ferrell, B., ed. 2012. Mid-Winter Bird Count 2011–2012. Kentucky Warbler 88 (1): 20–37.

            Includes results of 2 January 2012 count in Glasgow (53 spp.), 14 December 2011 count in Russell/Adair County
        (82 spp.), 31 December 2011 count in Somerset (77 spp.), and 5 January 2012 count in Wayne County (76 spp.).

Ferrell, B., ed. 2013. Mid-Winter Bird Count 20122013. Kentucky Warbler 89 (1): 1719, 2036.

Includes results of 30 December 2012 count in Glasgow (79 spp.), 17 December 2012 count in Russell/Adair County
        (73 spp.), 1 January 2013 count in Somerset (76 spp.), and 5 January 2013 count in Wayne County (86 spp.).

Finucane, T. W. 1958. Annual Autumn Hawk Count 1957. Migrant 29 (1): 1–5.

            Includes data from hawk watch at Bon Air, White Co., TN, 26 September 1957 (3 NOHA, 19 SSHA, 99
        BWHA, and 2 RTHA) by S. Bell, A. Laskey, A. F. Ganier et al.

Finucane, T. W. 1959. Annual Autumn Hawk Count 1958. Migrant 30 (1): 1–5.

            Includes data from Bon Air, White Co., TN, 13 September 1959 (2 NOHA, 5 SSHA, 218 BWHA, 4 RTHA)
        and 19 September 1959 (1 OSPR, 3 NOHA, 45 BWHA, 3 RTHA, and 2 AMKE) by S. Bell et al.

Finucane, T. W. 1960. Annual Autumn Hawk Count 1959. Migrant 31 (1): 1–10.

                Includes data from Bon Air, White Co., TN, 24–25 September 1959 (1 OSPR, 3 NOHA, 198 BWHA, 5
        RTHA) by S. Bell et al.  Counts made 19
–20 and 26–27 September 1959 yielded no hawks.

Finucane, T. W. 1961. Annual Autumn Hawk Count [1960]. Migrant 32 (2): 21–28.

            Includes data from Bon Air, White Co., TN, 1 October 1960 (small numbers of common raptors plus an
        eagle) by J. Riggs et al.

Finucane, T. W. 1964. Annual Autumn Hawk Count [Fall] 1963. Migrant 35 (1): 7–13.

            Sue M. Bell reported 1 NOHA, 236 BWHAs, 2 RTHAs, and 3 unid. Buteos 8 mi E Smithville near Center Hill
        L. [probably DeKalb Co.] 15 September 1963.

Finucane, T. W. 1965. Annual Autumn Hawk Count [Fall] 1964. Migrant 36 (1): 1–7.

              George R. Mayfield, Jr., made a count of more than 200 hawks just west of McMinnville, Warren Co., 16
        September 1964.  Mayfield was flying at 2000 ft above sea level; most hawks were above him and some could
        be identified as BWHAs; probably nearly all these hawks were BWHAs.

Finucane, T. W. 1971. Annual Autumn Hawk Count [Fall 1970]. Migrant 42 (1): 1–4.

            Includes large counts of BWHAs 8 mi E Fall Creek Falls S. P. (4246 and 505 on 25 and 26 September 1970,
        respectively, by Lee Shafer) and in Pickett Co. (1178 and 754 on 24 and 25 September 1970, respectively, by Hasslers).

Finucane, T. W. 1973. Annual Autumn Hawk Count [Fall 1972]. Migrant 44 (2): 34–36.

            Records of migrating hawks from Mayland and Crossville, Cumberland Co.; Fall Creek
        Falls Fire Tower; and Frozen Head, Morgan Co.

Finucane, T. W. 1974. Annual Autumn Hawk Count [Fall 1973]. Migrant 45 (2): 32–35.

            Records of migrant hawks N of Crossville, Cumberland Co.; and at Fall Creek Falls S. P.

Finucane, T. W. 1975. Annual Autumn Hawk Count [Fall 1974]. Migrant 46 (3): 52–54.

             Records from Fall Creek Falls fire tower; Bon Air, White Co.; and Crossville, Cumberland Co.

Finucane, T. W. 1976. Annual Autumn Hawk Count [Fall 1975]. Migrant 47 (2): 25–28.

            Includes many data taken 7 mi N of Crossville, Cumberland Co.

Finucane, T. W. 1977. Annual Autumn Hawk Count [Fall 1976]. Migrant 48 (4): 86–88.

            Includes data taken 7 mi N of Crossville, Cumberland Co.; and Fall Creek Falls S. P. fire tower.

Finucane, T. W. 1978. Annual Autumn Hawk Count [Fall 1977]. Migrant 49 (3): 49–52.

            Includes data collected at Fairfield Glade [7 mi N Crossville], Cumberland Co.

Finucane, T. W. 1979. Annual Autumn Hawk Count, 1978. Migrant 50 (2): 25–26.

            Includes mention of hawkwatches at Fairfield Glade, Cumberland Co.

Finucane, T. W. 1980. Annual Autumn Hawk Count, 1979. Migrant 51 (4): 81–83.

            Includes data from Fairfield Glade, Cumberland Co., Rock Island, Warren Co., and Bon Air, White Co.

Folkerth, R. E. 1982. Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) production and utilization on a portion of
        Cookeville City Lake, Putnam County, Tennessee.  Masters thesis, Tenn. Technological
        University, Cookeville, 53 pp.

Ford, R. P. 1991. The Season: Winter 1990–1991. Migrant 62 (3): 78–88.

            Includes results of 1991 Midwinter Eagle Counts on Center Hill L. (14 January 1991—3 ad, 1 im), Cordell Hull
        L. (11 January 1991—2 ad), and Dale Hollow L. (11 January 1991—44 ad, 8 im).

Ford, R. P. 1992. The Season: Spring 1992. Migrant 63 (3): 69–79.

            Includes results of 1992 Midwinter Eagle Counts on Center Hill L. (2 ad), Cordell Hull L. (4 ad & 1 im plus 2
        GOEA), and Dale Hollow L. (35 ad, 10 im, and 6 unk).

Ford, R. P. 1993. The Season: Winter 1992–1993. Migrant 64 (2): 45–52.

            Includes results of 1993 Midwinter Eagle Counts on Center Hill L. (10 January—2 ad & 1im), Cordell Hull L. (9
        January
—8 ad & 4 im), and Dale Hollow L. (6 January—50 ad & 16 im.).

[Fowler] Turner, L. J. 1981. 1980 Autumn Hawk Watch. Migrant 52 (4): 87–90.

            Includes data for several migrant raptors, including 974 BWHAs on 20 Sep 1980 at Bon Air, White Co.,
        TN (Sue Bell et al.) and counts of 1500 BWHAs on 13 (Adele West) and on 23 (AW and Eugene M. West)
        Sep 1980 at Fairfield Glade, Cumberland Co., TN.

Fowler, L. J. 1983. Autumn Hawk Flights—1983. Migrant 54 (4): 76–80.

            Includes data for several migrant raptors from Bon Air, White Co., TN (Sue Bell et al.).

Fowler, L. J. 1984. Autumn Hawk Flights 1984. Migrant 55 (4): 77–80.

            Includes a few data for BWHA from Bon Air, White Co., TN (Sue Bell et al.).

Fuson, J. C., and C. D. Williams. 2004. Black-necked Stilts in DeKalb County, Tennessee.
        Migrant 75 (2): 39
–40.

            Describe the sighting of 2 BNSTs found 8 May 2004, representing the first record for the county and the
        Region; include photo.

 

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