Annotated Bibliography of Upper Cumberland Ornithology (in progress)

 

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Authors G–L

Ganier, A. F. 1923. Notes from the Tennessee Cumberlands. Wilson Bulletin 30: 26–34.

            Data on 64 species, including BTBW (nest), found in Grundy Co., TN, slightly S of the UCR, during late
        May 1922.

Ganier, A. F. 1931. Facts about Eagles in Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of
        Science
6 (2): 49
–57 [reprinted in Migrant 3 (2): 17–26].

            Includes map with locations of sightings of BAEA in Smith Co., and GOEA in Fentress, Smith, and Van
        Buren, 1915-1930. On p. 30 of the Migrant issue is a note mentioning that AFG found an occupied GOEA nest
        in Van Buren Co.; however, this nest is not described in any other work by Ganier, including Ganier and
        Clebsch 1940. See also Lee and Spofford 1990.

Ganier, A. F. 1933. A distributional list of the birds of Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Game
    and Fish. Nashville, Tennessee.

Ganier, A. F. 1934a. Winter Notes, Nashville. Migrant 5 (1): 14–15.

            Describes a GOEA killed 16 km north of Carthage, probably Smith Co., 4 January 1934.

Ganier, A. F. 1934b. Status of Duck Hawk in the Southeast. Auk 51: 371–373.

            Describes a Peregrine nest in Rockcastle Cove, Fentress Co., TN, during 1926; site still active in 1932 and
        1933, including during a November visit.

Ganier, A. F. 1935a. Some King Rail Nests in Kentucky. Kentucky Warbler 11: 5.

           Describes briefly KIRA nest with 11 eggs found 1 June 1930 in a sinkhole with a marshy pond near Albany,
        Clinton Co.; also mentions LEBI being flushed but no nest found.

Ganier, A. F. 1935b. Goose Pond and Its Marsh Birds. Migrant 6 (2): 22–24.

            Includes a brief description of marsh species found at a 0.75-hectare marsh near Morrison, Warren Co., 26
        May 1935, including 2 KIRAs, "several" LEBIs with 2 nests, and two nests of AMBI about 14 m apart, each
        containing small young.

Ganier, A. F. 1937. Summer Birds of Pickett Forest. Migrant 8 (2): 24–27.

            Information provided on 69 species observed 14-20 June 1937. PEFA noted at four sites, one with an eyrie;
        GOEA, including old nest, mentioned near Jamestown from earlier years; RCWO found in three groups; 2
        nests of BEWR; and 9 BASP--all in Pickett Forest.  See also Yunker 1938 and Lee and Spofford 1990.

Ganier, A. F. 1951a. Mississippi Kite and Golden Eagle in Overton Co., Tenn.  Migrant 22 (2):
        29.

            Describes sighting of MIKI and GOEA 13 May 1951 at Standing Stone S. P.

Ganier, A. F. 1951b. Some Notes on Bald Eagles. Migrant 22 (3): 37–39.

            Describes capture of immature BAEA on Center Hill Lake, DeKalb Co., 20 July 1951 by L. H. Stanton, who
        rescued the bird from water into which it had inadvertently flown while carrying a "small, red jersey pig."

Ganier, A. F. 1951c. Cerulean Warblers and Redstarts Remove Their Nests. Migrant 22 (3):
        43
–44.

            Describes one AMRE nest and two CERW nests found in Standing Stone S. P., Overton Co., 12-17 May
        1951.  The former was placed 18 feet up in an ironwood and contained one egg; five days later every vestige of
        the nest had disappeared.  The latter nests were placed 65 feet up in basswood and 60 feet up in white oak;
        both nests were placed on horizontal limbs well out from main trunks; the latter nest was completely gone five
        days later.

Ganier, A. F. 1952. Purple Gallinules near McMinnville. Migrant 23 (3): 46–47.

            Mentions record of 1 PUGA at 4-acre pond near Morrison (southwest of McMinnville), Warren Co., 17 May
        1936, but focuses on birds found at 12-acre lake 11 miles northeast of McMinnville, Warren Co., 30 July 1952,
        including a pair of PUGA near empty nest and 3 KIRA.

Ganier, A. F. 1960. Evening Grosbeak Visitants. Migrant 31 (3): 53.

            Mentions flock of 30+ EVGRs in Pikeville, Bledsoe Co., TN, by Clyde McCollum "February into April" 1960.

Ganier, A. F. 1962a. The Red-Cockaded Woodpecker in Tennessee. Migrant 33 (2): 40–45.

            Comments on observations of a RCWO cavity found in the Catoosa WMA, Cumberland Co., 9 June 1961
        and cavities found 2-6 May 1962 in that vicinity; a history of sightings in Tennessee is provided, including
        records by Rhoads (1895) at Allardt, Fentress Co., and between Allardt and Rugby, Morgan Co., and by TOS
        members in Pickett S.P., Pickett Co., in 1935.  See also Rhoads 1895 and Ganier 1937.

Ganier, A. F. 1962b. Further Notes from Crossville. Migrant 33 (3): 55.

            Short comments on visit to Harrison's Lake near Crossville, Cumberland Co., 7-13 June 1962; searched for
        evidence of breeding SPSA, AMCO, and BWTE with no success; RHWOs common; WODU noted.

Ganier, A. F. 1973. The Wild Life Met by Tennessee's First Settlers. Migrant 44 (3): 58–74.

            Includes reference to CORA near Jamestown, Fentress Co.

Ganier, A. F., and A. Clebsch. 1940.  Summer Birds of Fall Creek State Park. Migrant 11 (3):
        53
–59.

            Results of visit made 15-23 June 1940 provided, including information on 76 species, among which were
        PEFA (nest), BEWR (nest), GWWA, and BASP.

Ganier, A. F., and A. Clebsch. 1946. Sparrow Hawk Nests in a Cliff.  Migrant 17 (2): 26.

            Describes a probable nest site of AMKE near Pikeville, Bledsoe Co., 15 June 1946 in a cliff, a site where
        most eastern members of this species do not nest, though some western members do.

Ganier, A. F., and A Clebsch. 1947. Prairie Horned Lark and Lark Sparrow near McMinnville.
        Migrant 18 (1): 9.

            Describes observations of HOLA and LASP 14 June 1945 c. 14 mi SSE of McMinnville. One male LASP
        collected; LASP nest found grass tussock.  See also Williams 1975e and McNair 2000.

Gillenwater, M. 1964. Sora Rail in Mid-Summer. Kentucky Warbler 40 (2): 32–33.

            Describes a SORA seen daily 6 km southwest of Glasgow, Barren Co., KY, 25 June–22 July 1963; see also
        Wilson 1969; Palmer-Ball 2003.

Gillenwater, M. 1972. Whistling Swans in Barren County. Kentucky Warbler 48 (1): 17.

            Reports 4-5 TUSWs at Poynter's Lake, 11 km west of Glasgow 6 December 1971-16 January 1972.

Guthrie, C. S. 1961. Barn Swallows Use Nest Six Consecutive Years. Kentucky Warbler 37 (4):
        80.

            Starting in 1956, a BARS nest in Burkesville, Cumberland Co., KY, was used to raise 2 broods per season
        for 6 years.

Guthrie, C. S. 1966a. An Unusual Hawk Casualty. Kentucky Warbler 42 (1): 18.

             Reports a window-killed COHA from Cumberland Co., KY, 19 October 1965.

Guthrie, C. S. 1966b. Sandhill Crane in Adair County. Kentucky Warbler 42 (3): 52.

            An injured SACR was noted in Adair Co., KY, during mid-May 1966.

Haney, J. C. 1981. The Distribution and Life History of the Brown-headed Nuthatch (Sitta pusilla)
        in Tennessee. Migrant 52 (4): 77
–86.

            Includes discussion of a 29 July 1974 BHNU record in Fall Creek Falls S. P, Van Buren Co. (see also
   
     Williams 1974c).

Hardy, F. C. 1950. Ruffed Grouse Nesting Sites on the Laurel District Cumberland National Forest.
        Kentucky Warbler 26 (1): 1
–4.

            Characteristics of nine RUGR nests found during the nesting seasons of 1948 and 1949 in McCreary (7
        nests) and Pulaski (2 nests) counties are provided, including type of nest site, cover type, degree and aspect of
        slope, and land use at the sites.

Hardy, F. C. 1951. Notes on Turkey Reproduction in McCreary County, Kentucky.  Kentucky
        Warbler
  27 (2): 19
–20.

            Following reintroduction of 21 female and 14 male WITU from December 1946 to September 1949, searches
        for reproductive evidence were undertaken during July 1949, when tracks of juvenile WITU were discovered, and
        during summer 1950, when an abandoned nest and an adult with two young were found.

Hassler, R. [C.] 1968. An Account of a Ruffed Grouse with a Tractor. Migrant 39 (1): 17.

            Narrates several encounters during mid-1960s between a Ruffed Grouse and farm vehicles; speculates on
        causes of these interactions on the part of the grouse; provides a photo; location not specified but was near
        Byrdstown, Pickett Co., TN (R. C. Hassler pers. com.).

Hassler, R.[C.] 1969. Sandhill Cranes in Pickett County. Migrant 40 (3): 63–64.

            Cites five records (2 in fall, 3 in spring) from late 1960s; earliest spring (5 March) at that time much
        later than has occurred in first years of 21st century, but small sample makes comparison difficult.

Hassler, R. C. 1984. A Yellow Rail in Pickett County, Tennessee. Migrant 55 (1): 15.

            Describes a YERA seen at Lovelady, Pickett Co., 8 December 1983; rail did not fly but was viewed at close
        range (i.e., as close as 3 m).

Hassler, D., and R. Hassler. 1978. Bird Finding in Tennessee: Pickett State Park and Forest.
        Migrant
 49 (2): 37
–38.

            Describe sites in and near Pickett State Park and Forest that are suitable for hiking and birding; include
        some discussion of nesting RCWOs in 1969; also provide directions to some sites in Pickett State Forest,
        including the Kentucky View Overlook and Truman Overlook, from which Chimney Rock, outside the park and
        forest at that time, may be viewed.

Hassler, R., and D. Hassler. 1972. Bird Finding in Tennessee: Pickett County. Migrant 43 (2):
        42
–43.

            Describe sites in western Pickett Co. where birders might go afield.  Mention singing BEWRs in Byrdstown;
        the SACR migration (much changed temporally since the time of this publication) near Lovelady; birding at
        Obey River Park (now Obey River Recreation Area); and a fall SNEG record.  All these sites are along an
        automobile "birding trail" described by the authors.

Hatcher, R. M. Computer Model Projections of Bald Eagle Nesting in Tennessee. Journal of the
        Tennessee Academy of Science
66 (4): 225
–228.

            Discusses hacking of juvenile BAEAs at Dale Hollow Lake from 1987–1990 (32 hacked) and projected for
        1991
–1993 (10).  Projects 8 nests to occur near this site by 1998, a target not entirely attained by 2004.

Hawkins, M. J., G. K. Ensor, and K. L. Morgan. 2005. First Winter Record of Bobolink in
        Tennessee.  Migrant 76 (3): 89
–90.

            Provides details about the 20–28 December 2003 appearance of BOBO on the Cookeville CBC.

Hayslette, S. E. 2006. Seed-Size Selection in Mourning Doves and Eurasian Collared-Doves.
        The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 118 (1): 64
–69.

            In experiments with captive ECDOs and MODOs conducted in part at Tennessee Tech Univ., the former
        species "seemed willing to select, and able to eat, broader and thicker seeds than [MODOs], which may
        limit foraging competition between these species."

Hebard, F. V. 1947. Evening Grosbeaks in Van Buren County, Tenn. Migrant 18 (3): 45–46.

            A "flock" of EVGRs was noted 20 February 1936 along Rocky River in western Van Buren Co.

Herndon, L. R. 1972a. The 1971 Christmas Season Bird Counts. Migrant 43 (1): 10–18.

            Includes results of 28 December 1971 Cookeville count (44 species).

Herndon, L. R. 1972b. The 1972 Spring Field Days. Migrant 43 (2): 44–48.

            Includes results of 22 April 1972 Putnam Co. count (83 species).

Herndon, L. R. 1973a. The 1972 Christmas Season Bird Counts. Migrant 44 (1): 9–16.

            Includes results of 29 December 1972 Cookeville count  (50 species).

Hines, R. E., and D. Watson. 1980. Eared Grebe Sighting on Lake Cumberland. Kentucky
        Warbler
56 (4): 88.

            Briefly describes an alternate-plumaged EAGR near Camp Earl Wallace, Lake Cumberland, Wayne Co., 3–4
        June 1980.

Hixon, F. D. 1996. The 1995 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 67 (1): 3–13.

            Includes results of the 21 December 1995 Cookeville count (73 species; incorrectly lists a CW GWFG);
        includes a table with results of 3
–17 January 1996 Midwinter Eagle Survey, including totals for Center Hill L. (2
        ad), Cordell Hull L. (4 ad), Dale Hollow L. (50 ad; 17 im), Tansi L., Cumberland Co. (1 ad), and Warren Co. (0).

Hixon, F. D. 1997a. The 1996 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 68 (1): 15–23.

            Includes results of 20 December 1996 Cookeville count (70 species).

Hixon, F. D. 1997b. The 1997 Spring Field Days. Migrant 68 (2): 55–60.

            Includes results of 10 May 1997 Putnam Co. count (135 species).

Hodges, C. G. 1992. Great Blue Herons Nest in Pulaski County. Kentucky Warbler 68 (3): 51.

            At least seven nests with young observed 23 June 1992 on White Oak Creek, Lake Cumberland; local
        residents noted nesting at same site 1991 (see also Palmer-Ball and Wethington 1994).

Hoff, A. R. 1988. Autumn Hawk Counts—1987. Migrant 59 (3): 88–91.

            Includes data from Putnam Co.

Hoff, R. 1998a. 1998 Tennessee North American Migration Count. Migrant 69 (1): 33–38.

            Includes results of 9 May 1998 Putnam Co. count (130 species).

Hoff, R. 2000a. 2000 Tennessee North American Migration Count. Migrant 71 (2): 48–61.

            Includes results of 13 May 2000 counts in Pickett (65 species), Putnam (128 species), and Warren
        (58 species) counties.

Hoff, R. 2001a. 2001 Tennessee North American Migration Count. Migrant 72 (1): 13–26.

            Includes results of 12 May 2001 counts in Putnam (126 species) and Warren (74 species) counties; see
        also
Hoff 2002c for corrections to errors in this report.

Hoff, R. 2001b. The 2001 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 72 (4): 106–121.

            Includes results of counts in Clay Co. (18 December 2001; 84 species), Cookeville (15 December 2001;
        78 species), and Warren Co. (22 December 2001; 72 species).

Hoff, R. 2002a. Fall 2001 North American Migration Count. The Migrant 73 (2): 28–33.

            Includes results of 15 September 2001 count in Putnam County; cites incorrect species total [should be
        103]. 

Hoff, R. 2002b. Fall 2002 Bird Count. The Migrant 73 (3): 47–54.

            Includes results of 21 September counts in Putnam (107 spp.) and Morgan (62 spp.) counties.

Hoff, R. 2002c. 2002 Tennessee North American Migration Count. Migrant 73 (4): 89–101.

            Includes results of 11 May counts in Bledsoe (90 spp.), Morgan (63 spp.), and Putnam (135 spp.) counties;
        also provides corrections to errors in 2001 Spring NAMC in Putnam County  (see also Hoff 2001a).

Hoff, R. 2003a. The 2002 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 74 (2): 36–50.

            Includes results of 14 December 2002 Cookeville CBC (79 spp.), 18 December 2002 Clay County CBC (82
        spp.), and 28 December 2002 Warren County CBC (69 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2003b. 2003 Tennessee North American Migration Count, May 10, 2003. Migrant 74 (4):
        109
–120.

            Includes results of 10 May 2003 counts in Morgan Co. (78 species) and  Putnam Co. (126 species).

Hoff, R. 2004a.  Fall [2003] North American  Migration Counts. Migrant 75 (1): 8–13.

            Includes results of 20 September 2003 counts in Morgan Co. (57 spp.) and Putnam Co. (111 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2004b. The 2003 Tennessee Christmas Bird Counts.  Migrant 75 (2): 55–70.

            Presents results of 18 December 2003 Clay County CBC (86 species), 20 December 2003 Cookeville CBC
        (89 species), 28 December 2003 Warren County CBC (76 species), and 30 December 2003 DeKalb County
        CBC (75 species).

Hoff, R.  2004c. [Spring] 2004 Tennessee North American Migration Count. Migrant 75 (3):
        88
–101.

            Includes results of 8 May 2004 counts in Morgan (89 spp., including RUGR, WIFL, BTBW, and CONW) and
        Putnam (129 spp., including RNDU, LESC, YCNH, BHNU, and DICK) counties.

Hoff, R.  2004d. 2004 Spring Field Days. Migrant 75 (3): 102–108.

            Includes results of 1 May 2004 count in White County (116 spp., including REDH, YCNH, BASP, and DICK).

Hoff, R. 2005a. Fall 2004 North American Migration Counts. Migrant 76 (1): 12-18.

            Includes results of 18 September 2004 count in Putnam County (109 spp., including ECDO and MAWR).

Hoff, R. 2005b. The 2004 Tennessee Christmas Bird Counts. Migrant 76 (2): 61–76.

            Includes results of 16 December 2004 count in Clay County (80 spp.), 18 December 2004 count in Cookeville
        (83 spp.), 28 December 2004 count in DeKalb County (79 spp.), 30 December 2004 count in Warren County (71 spp.),
        and 21 December 2004 count in White County (89 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2005c. [Spring] 2005 Tennessee North American Migration Count. Migrant 76 (4): 124–135.

            Includes results of 14 May 2005 counts in Putnam (127 spp.) and Warren (55 spp.) counties.

Hoff, R. 2005d. 2005 Spring Field Day County Report. Migrant 76 (4): 136–142.

            Includes results of 30 April 2005 count in Van Buren County (114 spp.) and 7 May 2005 count in White County
        (134 spp., including BRAN).

Hoff, R. 2006a. 2005 Tennessee Traditional Fall Bird Counts. Migrant 77 (1): 8–14.

            Includes results of 24 September 2005 count in Pickett Co. (77 spp.) and 1 October 2005 count in White
        County (103 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2006b. 2005 Tennessee Fall North American Migration Counts. Migrant 77 (1): 15–21.

            Includes results of 17 September 2005 count in Putnam County (105 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2006c. The 2005 Tennessee Christmas Bird Count Summary. Migrant 77 (2): 39–55.

            Includes results of 14 December 2005 count in Clay County (82 spp.), 17 December 2005 count in Cookeville
        (89 spp.), 22 December 2005 count in White County (82 spp.), 27 December 2005 count in DeKalb County (83 spp.), 
        and 30 December 2005 count in Warren County (71 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2006d. 2006 Traditional Spring Counts. Migrant 77 (4): 121–128.

            Includes results of 6 May 2006 count in White County (129 spp.); does not include results of 29 April 2006 count in
        Cumberland County.

Hoff, R. 2006e. 2006 Tennessee Spring North American Migration Count. Migrant 77 (4): 129–141.

            Includes results of 13 May 2006 count in Putnam County (136 spp.); in this summary the date on which the data
        were collected is mentioned only in the caption to the table, a situation that will cause future readers some aggravation.

Hoff, R. 2007a. 2006 Tennessee Fall North American Migration Counts. Migrant 78 (1): 17–23.

            Includes results of 16 September 2006 count in Putnam County (118 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2007b. 2006 Tennessee Traditional Fall Bird Counts. Migrant 78 (1): 24–30.

            Includes results of 23 September 2006 count in White County (109 spp.) and 30 September 2006 count in Macon County
        (91 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2007c. The 2006 Tennessee Christmas Bird Count Summary. Migrant 78 (1): 60–76.

            Includes results of 14 December 2006 count in Clay County (83 spp.), 16 December 2006 count in Cookeville (83 spp.),
        21 December 2006 count in White County (83 spp.), 23 December 2008 count in Crossville (78 spp.), 26 December 2006
        count in DeKalb County (75 spp.), and 5 January 2007 count in Warren County (72 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2007d. 2007 Traditional Spring Counts. Migrant 78 (4): 117–124.

            Includes results of 1 May 2007 count in Cumberland County (128 spp.) and 19 May 2007 count in White County (113 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2007e. 2007 Tennessee Spring North American Migration Count. Migrant 78 (4): 125–138.

            Includes results of 12 May 2007 count in Putnam County (137 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2008a. 2007 Tennessee Traditional Fall Bird Counts. Migrant 79 (1): 4–11.

            Includes results of 29 September 2007 count in White County (111 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2008b. 2007 Tennessee Fall North American Migration Counts: 15 September 2007. Migrant 79 (1): 12–18.

            Includes results of 15 September 2007 counts in Putnam County (124 spp.) and Warren County (34 sp.).

Hoff, R. 2008c. The 2007 Tennessee Christmas Bird Count Summary. Migrant 79 (2): 32–49.

            Includes results of 18 December 2007 count in Clay County (85 spp.), 15 December 2007 count in Cookeville
        (88 spp.), 22 December 2007 count in Crossville (92 spp.), 27 December 2007 count in DeKalb County (74 spp.—
        this report incorrectly cites 72 species, not listing 1 RHWO and 14 FOSP), 5 January 2008 count in Warren County
         (75 spp.), and 20 December 2007 count in White County (83 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2008d. 2008 Tennessee Spring North American Migration Counts: 10 May 2008. Migrant 79 (4): 73–85.

            Includes results of count in Putnam County (139 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2008e. 2008 Tennessee Ornithological Society Traditional Spring Counts. Migrant 79 (4): 86–94.

            Includes results of 3 May 2008 count in Cumberland County (140 spp.), 26 April 2008 count in Jackson County (117 spp.),
        and 17 May 2008 count in White County (125 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2009a. 2008 Tennessee Fall Bird Counts. Migrant 80 (1): 10–20.

            Includes results of 20 September 2008 count in Putnam County (121 spp.) and 4 October 2008 count in White County
        (116 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2009b. 2008 Tennessee Christmas Bird Counts. Migrant 80 (2): 46–64.

            Includes results of 29 December 2008 count in Bledsoe County (76 spp. plus WHCR), 15 December 2008 count in Clay
        County (74 spp.), 20 December 2008 count in Putnam County (91 spp.), 17 December 2008 count in Crossville (82 spp.),
        27 December 2008 count in DeKalb County (85 spp.), 3 January 2009 count in Warren County (78 spp.), and 22 December
        2008 count in White County (85 spp. plus WHCR).

Hoff, R. 2009c. 2009 Tennessee Spring North American Migrant Count: 9 May 2009. Migrant 80 (4): 99–113.

            Includes results of count in Putnam County (141 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2009d. 2009 Tennessee Ornithological Society Traditional Spring Counts. Migrant 80 (4): 114–121.

            Includes results of 2 May 2009 count in Cumberland County (137 spp.) and 16 May 2009 count in White County (113 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2010a. 2009 Tennessee Fall Bird Counts. Migrant 81 (1): 37–47.

            Includes results of 19 September 2009 count in Putnam Co. (123 spp.) and 4 October 2009 count in White County (111 spp.).

Hoff, R. 2010b. The 2009 Tennessee Christmas Bird Counts. Migrant 81 (2): 80–97.

            Includes results of 16 December 2009 count in Clay County (85 spp.), 19 December 2009 count in Cookeville (91 spp.), 21
        December 2009 count in White County (90 spp.), 23 December 2009 count in Crossville (90 spp.), 26 December 2009 count in
        DeKalb County (79 spp.), 29 December 2009 count in Fentress/Morgan counties (69 spp.), and 4 January 2010 count in Warren
        County (62 spp.).

Hoff, R., and D. Joslin. 1999. 1999 Tennessee North American Migration Count. Migrant 70 (1):
        33
–44.

            Includes results of  8 May 1999 counts in Putnam Co. (130 species) and Warren Co. (76 species).

Hollister, P. L. 1960. The Season—Cookeville [Winter 1959–1960]. Migrant 31 (1): 13–14.

            Includes mention of EVGR (6); record snow (44 inches) during season.

Hollister, P. L. 1961. The Season—Cookeville [Winter 1960–1961]. Migrant 32 (1): 6.

Hollister, P. L. 1962. The Season—Cookeville [Winter 1961–1962]. Migrant 33 (1): 14.

            Includes mention without dates of many common species; also RCKI and "close to a hundred" PBGRs in
        Booger Swamp.

Hollister, P. L. 1964. The Season—Cookeville [Fall 1964]. Migrant 35 (4): 103.

Hollister, P. L. 1965. The Season—Cookeville [Winter 1964–1965]. Migrant 36 (1): 9.

Hollister, P. L. 1966a. Cattle Egret in Overton County. Migrant 37 (1): 15.

            Identified by "the birder of Overton County" [RTH?] , this "light colored" bird [CAEG] was seen "on
        and/or following black cattle" 15 May 1965 in Hatches Valley, 15 miles north of Livingston.

Hollister, P. L. 1966b. Sandhill Cranes in Overton County near Livingston. Migrant 37 (1): 16.

            A flock of 40+ SACRs was forced down by a snowstorm; identified 15 March 1965 by
        Roy Hinds, they were located on a farm about 1 mi S of Livingston.

Hurst, M. R. 1977.  Certain aspects of Wood Duck production in portions of the Falling Water
        River drainage basin, Tennessee.  Masters thesis, Tenn. Technological University, Cookeville.
        52 pp.

Jacobson, D. R. 1977. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1977]. Migrant 48 (4): 104–107.

            Record of RCWO (2 in Catoosa WMA 4 Jun) and BEWR (in Crossville 4 Jun) Cumberland Co.; a record of
        BEWR at "Peavine" 22 May 1977 may refer to Cumberland Co. also, but the location of the site is not defined
        in this source.

Jackson, G. D. 2001. Central Southern Region. North American Birds 55: 62–65.

Jackson, J. A., R. Weeks, and P. Shindala. 1976. The Present Status and Future of Red-cockaded
        Woodpeckers in Kentucky.  Kentucky Warbler 52 (4): 75
–80.

            Reports results, mostly negative, of searches for RCWOs in McCreary and Pulaski counties, KY, during
        June 1976.

Johnson, G. 1980. Cooper's Hawk nest in Barren County. Kentucky Warbler 56 (1): 21.

            The author made 8 visits (19 May–2 July 1977) to a nest in a white pine near Glasgow; two young noted
        during last three visits

Joslin, J. D. 2002. Review: Notes on the Birds of the Big South Fork National River and
        Recreation Area and Obed National Wild and Scenic River
; S. J. Stedman and B. H.
        Stedman.  The Migrant 73 (2): 26
–27.

            Describing this work as a "landmark reference book," the reviewer, who also reviewed the work in
        manuscript, provides a balanced description of the sections of this work.  Some criticisms offered by the
        reviewer are valid (e.g., the inconsistency of defining rare species as those with two or fewer records but
        labeling some species with 3
–7 records as rare), but others seem far-fetched (e.g., the appendix on the
        "Estimated Size of Breeding Populations of Birds of the BSF  and OWSR" is claimed to represent only the
        "intuition and experience" of the authors and not to be based on "factual data," but a look through the book's
        other appendices  will quickly disabuse the discerning reader of this claim; the data in these appendices, in
        conjunction with knowledge of the size of these parks, allow reasonably valid extrapolations of the size of
        breeding populations in the parks to be made; even if this were not the case, estimates based solely on
        intuition and experience are still of some value as a starting point for further refinement. But the prime example
        of the reviewer's quixotic criticism is his view that the book should have labeled species that both migrate
        through and breed in the parks as transients rather than summer residents, a suggestion that considerably
        violates standard methods of defining bird status).

Kellberg, J. M. 1956. Snowy Owl.  Migrant 27 (4): 74.

            Describes a SNOW in White Co., 1.5 m. west of  Cumberland Co. on Rt. 70S 1 December 1956.

Kent, N. L., and M. C. Kent. 1952. Birds at "Up Yondah." Migrant 24 (1): 8–9.

            Describes some common feeder birds at a 5-acre property 8 km east [west?] of Smithville, DeKalb Co. on
        Snow Hill. 

Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission. 2004. Endangered, Threatened, Special
        Concern, and Historical Biota of Kentucky.
       
http://www.naturepreserves.ky.gov/inforesources/reports_pubs.htm. 15 February 2005.

            Lists 49 species of breeding birds in one of four categories of concern: E (Endangered), T (Threatened), S
        (Special Concern), and H (Historical).  The species follow: BWTE (T), NOSH (E), HOME (T), PBGR (E), DCCO
        (E), AMBI (H), LEBI (T), GTBH (S), GREG (E), LBHE (E), SNEG (E), CAEG (S), BCNH (T), YCNH (T), OSPR
        (T), BAEA (T), MIKI (S), NOHA (T), SSHA (S), PEFA (E), KIRA (E), AMCO (E), COMO (T), SPSA (E), UPSA
   
     (H), LETE (E), BARN (S),  SEOW (E), LEOW (E), LEFL (E), BEVI (S), FICR (S), CORA (T), BANS (S), RBNU
        (E), BRCR (E), BEWR (S), SEWR (S), GWWA (T), BLBW (T), CAWA (S), BASP (E), VESP (E), LASP (T),
        SASP (S),  HESP (S), DEJU (S), RBGR (S), and BOBO (S)

Kiff, L. F. 1989. Historical Breeding Records of the Common Merganser in the Southeastern
        United States. Wilson Bulletin 101: 141
–143.

            Describes 5 sets of COME eggs collected 1897-1899 in Smith Co.

Kleen, V. M. 1975. Middlewestern Prairie Region [Fall 1974]. American Birds 29 (1): 64–68.

            Includes a record of RLHA from Glasgow, KY, on a very early date—5 October 1974. This record took place
        during an excellent flight season for Rough-legs, perhaps diminishing concern about the validity of the record
        because of its date of occurrence.

Knight. R. L. 1983. The 1982 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 54 (1): 7–14.

            Includes results of counts 29 December 1982 in Pickett Co. (43 species) and 31 December 1982 in Putnam
        Co. (47 species).

Knight. R. L. 1984. The 1983 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 55 (1): 7–14.

            Includes results of 31 December 1983 count in Pickett Co. (51 species).

Knight, R. L. 1986a. The 1985 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 57 (1): 8–15, 20.

            Includes results of 27 December 1985 count in Pickett Co. (47 species).

Knight, R. L. 1987a. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1986]. Migrant 58 (1): 26–30.

            Record of CWAX in Cumberland Co.

Knight, R. L. 1987b. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 1986–1987]. Migrant 58 (2): 58–61.

            Record of wounded OSPR in Bledsoe Co.

Knight, R. L. 1987c. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1987]. Migrant 58 (3): 100–105.

            Records of SACR, RHWO, and EVGR in Cumberland Co.; AMWO (ad with y) in Fentress Co.; YBSA in
        Morgan Co.; and SACR in Putnam Co.

Knight, R. L. 1987d. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1987]. Migrant 58 (4): 143–146.

            Records of COHA (2 records), RUGR (hen w/ y), LEFL, LOSH (nests), BHVI, CWAX, CSWA, CERW (ad w/
        y), and GRSP in Bledsoe Co.; and BBCU, LEFL, and GWWA in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 1988a. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1987]. Migrant 59 (1): 38–42.

            Records of SACR in Cumberland Co.; and WIWA in Pickett Co.

Knight, R. L. 1988b. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 1987–1988]. Migrant 59 (2): 68–70.

            Records of SACR in Cumberland Co.; and RLHA in Fentress Co.

Knight, R. L. 1988c. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1988]. Migrant 59 (3): 99–102.

            Records of OSPR, WITU, RHWO, PISI, and EVGR in Cumberland Co.; and RECR in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 1988d. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1988]. Migrant 59 (4): 126–129.

            Records of CAEG, RHWO, CWAX (nest), GWWA, and GRSP in Cumberland Co.; WIFL, HOWR, CWAX
        (nest), and GRSP in Fentress Co.; GRSP in Overton Co.; CSWA in Pickett Co.; LEFL, BHVI,
        CWAX (nest), and BTNW in Putnam Co.; SSHA, WIFL, HOWR, CWAX (nest), SWWA, GRSP, and HOFI
        (nest-building) in Scott Co.; and PBGR, AMWO, BHVI, GWWA, BTNW (2 records), DICK, and BAOR in White
        Co.

Knight, R. L. 1989a. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1988]. Migrant 60 (1): 31–34.

            Records of BARN in Bledsoe Co.; and SACR, AMCR (12,000 at roost), and WIWA in Cumberland Co.

Knight, R. L. 1989b. Another 19th Century Common Merganser Egg Set Collected in Tennessee.
        Migrant 60 (4): 93
–94.

            A set of 7 eggs collected 13 May 1896 by J. Minchen in Smith Co. See also Cook 1985 and Kiff 1989 for
        data on five other eggs sets of COME collected in Smith Co. 1897-1899.

Knight, R. L. 1989c. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1989]. Migrant 60 (4): 107–109.

            Record of BBCU in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 1990a. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1989]. Migrant 61 (1): 16–20.

            Records of BARN in Bledsoe Co.; OCWA in Cumberland Co.

Knight, R. L. 1990b. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 1989–1990]. Migrant 61 (2): 60–62.

            Records of Selasphorus sp. and BHNU in Cumberland Co., TN.

Knight, R. L. 1990c. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1990]. Migrant 61 (3): 75–78.

            Records of GTBH (nests—3 in Bledsoe S. F.) in Bledsoe Co.; and ACFL (early) in Van Buren Co.

Knight, R. L. 1991a. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1990]. Migrant 62 (1): 25–27.

            Records of LEYE in Bledsoe Co.; COHA, HOLA, CWAX (3 nests) in Cumberland Co.; SWWA in Fentress
        Co.; CWAX (nest) and SWWA in Morgan Co.; CWAX (nest) in Scott Co.; and RODO in Van Buren Co.

Knight, R. L. 1991b. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 1990–1991]. Migrant 62 (3): 84–86.

            Records of SACR in Bledsoe Co; SACR in Cumberland Co.; and SACR in Putnam Co.

Knight, R. L. 1992a. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1991]. Migrant 63 (1): 22–23.

            Record of BBCU in Cumberland Co.

Knight, R. L. 1992b. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1992]. Migrant 63 (4): 97–99.

            Records of CSWA in Cumberland Co.; BHVI and SWWA in Pickett Co.; and BUFF, BHVI, and BTNW in
        Putnam Co.

Knight, R. L. 1993a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1993]. Migrant 64 (3):
        68
–70.

            Record of HOLA in Putnam Co.

Knight, R. L. 1993b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1993]. Migrant 64
        (4): 87
–88.

            Records of YCNH, SPSA, BHVI, VEER, CSWA, BTBW, BTNW, CERW, AMRE, WEWA, OVEN, HOWA,
        CAWA, SCTA, RBGR, and BAOR in Morgan Co.

Knight, R. L. 1994a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1993]. Migrant 65 (1):
        24
–25.

            Records of GREG in Fentress Co.; GREG, RBNU, CAWA, and EVGR in Morgan Co.; GREG, LBHE, and
        MERL in Putnam Co.; and RBNU in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 1994b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1994]. Migrant 65 (3):
        53
–55.

            Records of SACR and HOLA in Putnam Co.; and AMWO (w/ y--2 records), ACFL, REVI, and SWWA in
        Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 1994c. Cumberland Plateau/ Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1994]. Migrant 65
        (4): 64
–65.

            Records of WIFL, BHVI (nest), WIWR, GCTH, CERW, and RBGR (nest) in Morgan Co.; HOLA in Putnam
        Co.; and SWWA in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 1995a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1994]. Migrant 66 (1):
        23
–25.

            Records of GWWA in Pickett Co.; and GREG and OCWA in Putnam Co.

Knight, R. L. 1995b. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 1994–1995]. Migrant 66 (2): 42–43.

            Record of SACR in Putnam Co.

Knight, R. L. 1995c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1995]. Migrant 66 (3):
        53
–54.

            Record of NRWS in Van Buren Co.

Knight, R. L. 1995d. Cumberland Plateau/ Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1995]. Migrant 66
        (4): 67.

            Records of WIFL, WIWR, BWWA, BTBW, BLBW, CERW, AMRE, and CAWA in Morgan Co.; SWWA in
        Scott Co.; and BHVI in White Co.

Knight, R. L. 1996a. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1995]. Migrant 67 (1): 20–23.

            Records of MERL (21 Oct), AMWO (22 Oct), LISP (21 Oct), and EVGR (10 Nov) in Cumberland Co.; GREG
        (5 & 15 Sep) and FOSP (15 Oct) in Fentress Co.; GOEA (9 Nov) in Putnam Co.; SSHA (juveniles), MERL (6 Oct),
        GCKI, YRWA (29 Sep), and CERW (16 Aug) in Scott Co.; and COLO (14 Oct) in Van Buren Co.

Knight, R. L. 1996b. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 1995–1996]. Migrant 67 (2): 32–33.

            Record of MERL (27 January 1996) in Bledsoe Co.

Knight, R. L. 1996c. Report of the Tennessee Bird Records Committee for 1995. Migrant 67 (3):
        37
–42.

            Includes discussion of YBLO in Clay Co., accepted as first state record (see also Witt 1995b; Stedman
        1999), and ECDO in Overton Co., not accepted.

Knight, R. L. 1996d. Eastern Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1996]. Migrant 67 (3): 62–64.

            Record of COLO in Bledsoe Co.

Knight, R. L. 1997. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Summer1997]. Migrant 68 (4):
        136
–137.

            Records of BTBW, CERW, SWWA (2 records), CAWA, and RBGR in Morgan Co.

Knight, R. L. 1998a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1997]. Migrant 69 (1):
        44
–48.

            Records of SUSC in Putnam Co.; and BWHA, RBNU, GWWA, BTBW, and BBWA (58) in BSF, Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 1998b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 1997–1998]. Migrant
   
     69 (2): 110
–112.

            Records of SNGO, LTDU, RLHA (2 records), GOEA, ECDO, and EVGR in Bledsoe Co.; and ATSP in Scott
        Co.

Knight, R. L. 1998c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1998]. Migrant 69 (3):
        165
–168.

            Records of EVGR in Bledsoe Co.; TRSW and PROW in Clay Co.; AMWO in Cumberland Co.; GTBH on
        White Oak Cr., Morgan/Scott Co. line; SSHA in BSF, Co.?; SSHA and SWWA in Morgan Co.; OSFL, ACFL,
        WOTH, REVI, BTNW, BAWW, and SWWA in BSF, Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 1998d. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1998]. Migrant 69
        (4): 188
–190.

            Records of ECDO in Bledsoe Co.; REVI, WEWA, and OVEN in BSF, various counties; WIFL, TRSW,
        VEER, BTBW, BLBW, CERW, AMRE, CAWA, and RBGR in Morgan Co.; and SSHA in BSF, Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 1999a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1998]. Migrant 70 (1):
        51
–54.

            Records of WESA in Bledsoe Co.; and SACR, BRCR, WIWR, GCKI, HETH, and BBWA in Scott Co. (BSF).

Knight, R. L. 1999b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 1998–1999]. Migrant
   
     70 (2): 71
–73.

            Records of RLHA (2 records) and ECDO in Bledsoe Co.; and RBNU and HOWR in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 1999c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 1999]. Migrant 70 (3):
        100
–103.

            Records of ECDO and DICK in Bledsoe Co.; SWWA in Morgan Co.; and BHVI, BTNW, and SWWA in Scott
        Co.

Knight, R. L. 1999d. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 1999]. Migrant 70
        (4): 131
–133.

            Records of WIFL in Bledsoe Co.; WIFL, BHVI, VEER, BTBW, BLBW, CERW, AMRE, and RBGR in Morgan
        Co.; and SWWA (2 records) in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 2000a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 1999]. Migrant 71 (1):
        35
–38.

            Records of RLHA (28 Nov) in Bledsoe Co.; SACR in Fentress Co.; and SACR, AMWO, BHVI (5 Nov),
        RBNU (high count
—30+), WIWR, GCKI (high count—87), PIWA, SUTA (15 Oct), LISP (8 & 15 Oct), PISI
        (23 Oct), and EVGR (19 Nov) in Big South Fork, Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 2000b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 1999–2000]. Migrant
   
     71 (2): 44
–45.

            Records of ECDO and EVGR in Bledsoe Co.

Knight, R. L. 2000c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 2000]. Migrant 71 (3):
        91
–94.

            Records of OSFL and PISI in Bledsoe Co.

Knight, R. L. 2000d. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Summer 2000]. Migrant 71 (4):
        120
–122.

            Records of SOSA, COSN, and STFL (nest) in Bledsoe Co.; LEFL in Cumberland Co.; a scaup sp. in Scott
        Co.; and SWWA in BSF.

Knight, R. L. 2001a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Fall 2000]. Migrant 72 (1):
        42
–45.

            Records of SEPL, WESA, and BARN in Bledsoe Co.; and CAHU in Putnam Co.

Knight, R. L. 2001b. The Winter Season [2000-2001]. Migrant 72 (2): 65–75.

            Includes a table with results of midwinter BAEA survey, including totals for Center Hill L.(1 ad) Cordell Hull L.
        (8 ad), Tansi L. (3 ad), and Dale Hollow L. (34 ad; 24 im).

Knight, R. L. 2001c.Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 2000-2001]. Migrant
   
     72 (2): 71
–73.

            Records of GWFG, GREG, and RLHA (dark morph) in Bledsoe Co.; and RLHA and CAHU in Putnam Co. 

Knight, R. L. 2001d. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Spring 2001]. Migrant 72 (3):
        95
–98.

            Record of CAWA in Scott Co.       

Knight, R. L. 2001e. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Summer 2001]. Migrant 72 (4):
        125
–126.

            Records of HOME and BLTE in Bledsoe Co.; and CSWA in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 2002a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Fall 2001]. Migrant 73 (1):
        14
–17.

            Record of EVGR in Bledsoe Co.

Knight, R. L. 2002b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Winter 2001–2002]. Migrant 73
        (2): 38
–39.

            Records of NSWO in Pickett Co.; and NSWO (2 records) in Scott Co. (provides incorrect date for the
        February record [should be 8 February 2002]).

Knight, R. L. 2002c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Spring 2002]. Migrant 73 (3):
        60
–62.

            Records of CSWA in Cumberland Co.; PISI in Putnam Co.; and RBNU in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 2002d. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Summer 2002]. Migrant 73 (4):
        113
–114.

            Records of WPWI in Big South Fork (several counties); WIFL, LEFL, BHVI, TRSW (nest), VEER, BTBW,
        BLBW, CERW, AMRE, CAWA, and RBGR in Morgan Co.; and CWAX (nest) and SWWA in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 2003a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Fall 2002]. Migrant 74 (1):
        20
–25.

            Records of  PEFA and BTNW in Cumberland Co., TN; CAEG in Putnam Co.; EAGR, SNGO, OSPR, and
        HOLA in Scott Co.; and BARN (31 Oct), BHVI (31 Oct), and LISP (31 Oct) in White Co.

Knight, R. L. 2003b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Winter 2002–2003]. Migrant 74
        (2): 55
–58.

            Records of RLHA in Bledsoe Co.; and SNGO, CANV, RHWO, and BRBL in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 2003c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Spring 2003]. Migrant 74 (3):
        91
–94.

            Records of SWWA in Morgan Co.; and BWWA, CERW, and MOWA in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 2003d. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Summer 2003]. Migrant 74 (4):
        131
–133.

            Records of CWWI (2 records; 11 & 18 Jun) and RHWO in Fentress Co.; VEER, CSWA (2 records), BTBW, BLBW, CERW, AMRE,
        CAWA, and RBGR in Morgan Co.; and RBNU (nest) and SWWA in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 2004a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 2003]. Migrant
        75 (1): 28
–33

            Records of GWFG, SNGO, and ROGO in Bledsoe Co.; PEFA and PISI in Morgan Co.; and GOEA, AMPI,
        SNBU, and BUBL in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 2004b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 2003–2004]. Migrant
        75 (2): 76
–78.

            Records of SNGO, ROGO, RLHA (1 dark morph), and PISI in Bledsoe Co.; SNGO in Fentress Co.; BARN
        and PISI in Morgan Co.; and REDH, NSWO, RBNU, and PIWA in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 2004c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Spring 2004]. Migrant 75 (3):
        115
–118.

            Records of PISI (76) in Bledsoe Co.; SWWA in Cumberland Co.; WIFL, SWWA, CONW, and PISI in Morgan
        Co.; RUGR in Putnam Co.; VESP in Scott Co.; and GWWA near Scott/Campbell county line.

Knight, R. L. 2004d. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Summer 2004]. Migrant 75 (4):
        160
–161.

            Records of SNGO (12 Jun) and STFL (young) in Bledsoe Co.

Knight, R. L. 2005a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Fall 2004]. Migrant 76 (1):
        32
–36.

            Records of NOHA (early—29 Aug), ECDO (37), and WPWI (late—25 Sep) in Bledsoe Co.; WHCR, PHVI,
        and MAWR in  Cumberland Co.; MOWA and WIWA in Morgan Co.; HOLA, LISP, and BOBO in Scott Co.;
        and MERL in White Co.

Knight, R. L. 2005b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Winter 2004–2005]. Migrant
   
     76 (2): 81
–83.

            Record of SNGO in Morgan Co.

Knight, R. L. 2005c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Spring 2005].  Migrant 76 (3):
        99
–102.

            Records of ALFL, SEWR, and MAWR in Cumberland Co.; WRSA, LEFL, VEER, BTBW, BLBW, SWWA, 
        and RBGR in Morgan Co.; and SORA [but omitted SEWR record] in Van Buren Co.

Knight, R. L. 2005d. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Summer 2005] Migrant 76 (4):
        146
–147.

            Records of STFL [pair with nest] and DICK in Bledsoe Co.; fails to note several UCR records including
        first breeding season record of VEER in Cumberland Co.

Knight, R. L. 2006a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 2005]. Migrant 77 (1): 28–32.

            Records of WPWI (2 singing 24 Sep) and GCTH in Pickett Co.

Knight, R. L. 2006b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 2005–2006]. Migrant
   
     77 (2): 59
–62.

            Record of SEOW [cites incorrect date; should be 28 Feb] in Bledsoe Co.

Knight, R. L. 2006c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Spring 2006]. Migrant 77 (3): 102–105.

            Records of SEOW [incorrect date cited; should be 18 Mar] and HASP in Bledsoe Co.; BNST in Cumberland
        Co.; and BHVI (early—8 Mar) in Van Buren Co.

Knight, R. L. 2006d. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Summer 2006]. Migrant 77 (4): 145–147.

            Records of STFL (pair with nest and y) in Bledsoe Co.; WIFL, VEER (see also Mast and Stedman 2006), CSWA,
        CERW, CAWA, HESP, and RBGR in Cumberland Co.; and VEER, BTBW, BLBW, CERW, and RBGR in Morgan Co.

Knight, R. L. 2007a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 2006–2007]. Migrant
       
78 (2): 80
–83.

            Records of ECDO and MAWR in Bledsoe Co.

Knight, R. L. 2007b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Spring 2007]. Migrant 78 (3): 102–106.

            Record of WHCR [cites incorrect number of individuals; should be 2] in Cumberland Co.; and SWWA (24 May) in Pickett Co.

Knight, R. L. 2007c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge & Valley Region [Summer 2007].  Migrant 78 (4): 141–143.

            Records of STFL (young) in Bledsoe Co.; and BTBW, BLBW, CERW, OVEN, CAWA, and RBGR in Morgan Co.

Knight, R. L. 2008a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 2007]. Migrant 79 (1): 23–27.

            Records of DUNL (4 Nov) and STFL (2 Sep) in Bledsoe Co.; AMBI (2 Nov), MERL (17 Oct/17 Nov), SACR (29 Oct),
        LEFL (1 Oct), WEVI (28 Oct), SEWR (22 Sep—attributed to EKL but other observers also saw and photographed bird),
        GWWA, OCWA (17 Sep), MAWA (23 Aug), LALO (11 Nov) in Cumberland Co.; YBCU (17 Oct), CORA (6 Oct), and
        HOWA (22 Oct) in Morgan Co.; and PISI (26 Oct) in Scott Co.

Knight, R. L. 2008b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 2008]. Migrant 79 (3): 65–69.

            Records of WWSC (2 Mar), SWWA (3 May), and HESP (3 May—2 in Catoosa and 10 at Mayland) in Cumberland Co.;
        BHNU (nest) in Fentress Co.; and SEWR (22 Apr) and HESP (14+) in White Co.

Knight, R. L. 2008c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 2008]. Migrant 79 (4): 98–100.

            Records of ECDO (50), STFL (data for 6 nesting sites), LOSH, SAVS (singing male plus another bird), GRSP, and DICK in
        Bledsoe Co.; PBGR (11 Jul) and DCCO (3 Jul) in Cumberland Co.; and CERW in Morgan Co.

Knight, R. L. 2009a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 2008]. Migrant 80 (1): 26–30.

            Record of CCSP (29 Nov) in Cumberland Co.

Knight, R. L. 2009b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 2008–2009]. Migrant 80 (2): 69–72.

            Records of WHCR and HOWR in Bledsoe Co.; SEOW and CCSP in Cumberland Co.; ROGO and SEWR (7 Feb) in 
        Fentress Co.; and ROGO, CANV, and BAEA in Morgan Co.

Knight, R. L. 2009c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 2009]. Migrant 80 (3): 91–95.

            Records of AWPE (29 on 19 Apr), RLHA (3 Mar), SEOW (18 Mar), and PISI (1 Jun) in Cumberland Co.; AMBI (3 May)
        and PEFA (2 on 30 May in OWSR by John Moyle) in Morgan Co.; and HESP (20) in White Co.

Knight, R. L. 2009d. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 2009]. Migrant 80 (4): 126–128.

            Records of STFL (4 breeding sites), GRSP (17), and DICK (10) in Bledsoe Co.; HOLA and SAVS (2 breeding sites) in
        Cumberland Co.; and BLTE (26 Jul) and FOTE (26 Jul) in Van Buren Co.

Knight, R. L. 2010a. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 2009]. Migrant 81 (1): 53–57.

            Records of ECDO and LOSH in Bledsoe Co.; PBGR, BLTE (27), and PUFI (18 Oct) in Cumberland Co.; and SACR in
        Van Buren Co.

Knight, R. L. 2010b. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Winter 2009–2010]. Migrant 81 (2):
    102–104.

            Records of ATSP in Bledsoe Co.; REDH, RNDU (900), SUSC (5 Dec), BUFF (400), HOGR, WEGR (12–23 Dec),
        RLHA, and BGGN (23 Dec) in Cumberland Co.; and ATSP and BRBL in White Co.

Knight, R. L. 2010c. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Spring 2010]. Migrant 81 (3): 118–121.

            Records of MERL (4 Mar) and LOSH in Bledsoe Co.; MIKI, BARN (nest with 2 eggs), OSFL (4 May), CONW (15 May), and MOWA         (15 May) in Cumberland Co.; CORA (2 on 16 April) in Morgan Co.; SPSA (26 May), BHNU (2 on 4 Mar), and WIWR (1 singing in                FCFSRP during most of May) in Van Buren Co.

Knight, R. L. 2010d. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Summer 2010]. Migrant 81 (3): 127–128.

            Records of RNDU (10 Jul), BCNH (10 Jul), LEYE (10 Jul), STFL (several records), and DICK in Bledsoe Co.; WIFL (1 July), STFL (11        –12 Jul), HOLA, SWWA (4 sites [Foray]), SAVS (2 sites [Foray]), and DICK (23 Jul) in Cumberland Co.

Knight, R. L. 2010e. Cumberland Plateau/Ridge and Valley Region [Fall 2010]. Migrant 81 (4): 158161.

            Records of FOTE (18 Aug), SEOW (10 Nov), OCWA (14 Oct), LISP (2 records including 23 Sep) in Cumberland Co.

Lee, D. S., and W. R. Spofford. 1990. Nesting of Golden Eagles in the Central and Southern
        Appalachians.  Wilson Bulletin 102 (4): 693
–698.

            Argue that no nesting records of Golden Eagles in the central and southern Appalachians, including records
        within the Region, are valid; see also Ganier 1931, 1937, 1951a, 1973, Mengel 1965.  If correct about this
        claim, they were probably somewhat surprised by an indisputable nesting record in Jackson Co., Tennessee, in
        1993 (Witt 1993b), albeit the Jackson Co. nest resulted from a pair that included an eagle hacked in Georgia.

Legler, E., Jr. 1966. Blackbird-Starling Survey. Migrant 36 (3): 52–53.

            A survey of blackbirds and starlings resulted in reports of roosts in the following Upper Cumberland Region
        counties (numbers of birds in parentheses): Clay (8000), Cumberland (11000), DeKalb (3000), Jackson (2000),
        Pickett (5000), Putnam (1000), Van Buren (10000), Warren (20000), and White (500). Survey conducted winter
        1965
–1966.

Lenhert, P. G. 1992. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer1992]. Migrant 63 (4): 96–97.

            Record of SACR (26 July 1992, Mark Gudlin) in Warren Co.

Lenhert, P. G. 1993a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 1992]. Migrant 64 (1): 17–18.

            Records of "Krider's" RTHA, SACR, and RHWO in Putnam Co.; BOBO in Warren Co.; and SACR in White
        Co. 

Lenhert, P. G. 1993b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 1992–1993]. Migrant 64 (2): 48–49.

            Records of BAEA in Jackson Co.; SACR (2 records) and RUBL in Putnam Co.; and BARN on Mason
        Grissom Rd., Warren Co.

Lewis, James C. 1962. The Status of Wild Turkeys in Tennessee. Migrant 33 (3): 61–62.

            Reports decline of turkeys in Tennessee from presence in 57 counties in 1951 to 23 counties in 1962; of the
        23 occupied counties, only Cumberland, Morgan, and Pickett within Upper Cumberland Region were occupied.
        Map included.

Lewis, J. C. 1965. Sandhill Cranes in Cumberland County. Migrant 36 (1): 13.

            Reports SACR on ground near Hebbertsburg, Cumberland Co., 14 March 1961; another SACR, also on the
        ground in Catoosa WMA, Cumberland Co. 4 March 1965.  Refers to Adams 1939 and Walkinshaw 1960.

Lovell, H. B. 1948. The Pine Warbler in Kentucky. Kentucky Warbler 24 (3): 33–39.

            Mentions PIWAs collected in Wayne Co. 9–10 June 1938 by a field party of the Smithsonian Institution and
        notes a sighting in McCreary Co. 22 June 1947 by author.  Also describes first nest found in KY at Pine
        Mountain.

Lovell, H. B., and W. M. Clay. 1942. The Winter Range of Bewick's Wren in Kentucky. Kentucky
        Warbler
18 (4): 50
–53.

            Includes reference to all CBC data for BEWR up to 1942, including data from Glasgow and Summer Shade
        CBCs.

Lura, R. D. 1977a. The 1976 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 48 (2): 30–37.

            Includes results of 18 December 1976 Cookeville count (54 species).

Lura, R. D. 1977b. 1977 Spring Field Days. Migrant 48 (4): 89–93.

            Includes results of 23 April 1977 Cookeville count (84 species).

Lura, R. D. 1978a. The 1977 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 49 (1): 5–12.

            Includes results of 30 December 1977 Cookeville count (43 species).

Lura, R. D. 1978b. 1978 Spring Field Days. Migrant 49 (3): 55–59.

            Includes results of 6 May 1978 Cookeville count (99 species).

Lura, R. D. 1979. The 1978 Christmas Bird Count.  Migrant 50 (1): 9–16.

            Includes results of the 29–30 December 1978 count in Cookeville (53 species) and the 23 December 1978
        count in Pickett Co. (50 species).

Lura, R. D. 1980. The 1979 Christmas Bird Count.  Migrant 51 (2): 30–35.

            Includes results of 28 December 1979 count in Cookeville (42 species).

Lura, R. D. 1981. The 1980 Christmas Bird Count.  Migrant 52 (1): 12–17.

            Includes results of the 27 December 1980 count in Cookeville (40 species).

Lura, R. D. 1982. The 1981 Christmas Bird Count.  Migrant 53 (1): 4–10.

            Includes results of 26 December 1981 count in Cookeville (59 species).

 

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