Annotated Bibliography of Upper Cumberland Ornithology (in progress)

 

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Schmaltz, J. E. 1981. Past and Present Status of the Red-cockaded Woodpecker on the Daniel
        Boone National Forest, Kentucky.  Kentucky Warbler 57 (1): 3
7.

            Describes active RCWO colonies on DBNF in McCreary and Pulaski counties.  In Pulaski Co., Colony 5032,
        located south of Mt. Victory and first discovered during the winter of 1943
1944, harbored an active nest with
        adults feeding nestlings 30 May and 12 June 1980. In McCreary Co., Colony 5050, located just north of the
        Beaver Creek Wilderness Area and first noted in 1978, consisted of 2 adults feeding nestlings 4, 11, and 12
        June 1980; Colony 6061, located east of Whitley City and first noted in 1978, harbored 2 adults 18 and 24 July
        1980; Colony 6033, located north of Whitley City and first noted in 1979, was inactive; Colony 5061, located in
        Beaver Creek Wilderness Area, was inactive.  See also Murphy 1982 for status of colonies in 1981.

Schneider, E. J. 1944. The Summer Range of the Chuck-will's-widow in Kentucky. Kentucky
        Warbler
20 (2): 13
19.

            Includes map showing CWWI to be rare in Pulaski and Wayne counties; includes photo of "nest" at Science
        Hill, Pulaski Co., taken May 1942 by R. W. Barbour.  The Wayne Co. record is for 7 June 1938 near Monticello
        by a party from the United State National Museum [see also Wetmore 1940].

Schultz, V. 1953. Status of the Ruffed Grouse in Tennessee.  Migrant 24 (3): 4552.

            Provides results of state-wide survey of farmers relating to grouse presence/absence. Summarizes status of
        grouse in Upper Cumberland counties of Tennessee as follows: common in Cumberland, Fentress, Putnam,
        Scott, and Van Buren counties; rare but present at specified locations in Bledsoe (Cumberland Mountains [?],
        Walden Ridge), Jackson (New Hope), Morgan (western part of county near Rugby), Overton (Crawford), Pickett
        (Pickett S. P.), Warren (Harrison Ferry Mt.), and White (Bon Air Mt.).

Schultz, V. 1955. Status of Wild Turkey in Tennessee. Migrant 26 (1): 18.

Shadowen, H. E. 1978. Summer Avifauna of Center Hill Reservoir and Barren River Reservoir.
        Kentucky Warbler 54 (4): 57
59.

            Includes a list of species noted at Center Hill Lake, DeKalb Co., TN, during summers from 1972 to 1976 and
        1978; some species listed may have been outside DeKalb Co. since the list includes all species sighted within
        16 km of the former Tech Aqua site.  Also includes a list of species noted at Barren River Reservoir, Barren
        Co., during summer 1978.  Provides abundance classifications for each species at each site.  Of interest was
        registration of BEWR at each site.

Shadowen, H. 1980. Mid-Winter Bird Count 19791980. Kentucky Warbler 56 (1): 313.

            Includes results of counts in Glasgow (66 spp.) and Somerset (50 spp., including adult male BAOR).

Simbeck, D. J. 1987. The 1986 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 58 (1): 110.

            Includes results of 22 December 1986 count in Pickett Co. (53 species).

Simbeck, D. J. 1988. The 1987 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 59 (1): 513.

            Includes results of  17 December 1987 count in Cookeville (75 species).

Simbeck, D. J. 1989. The 1988 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 60 (1): 1323.

            Includes results of the 16 December 1988 count in Cookeville (68 species) and 30 December 1988 count in
        Pickett Co. (55 species).

Simbeck, D. J. 1990. The 1989 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 61 (1): 110.

            Includes results of 2 January 1990 count in  Cookeville (62 species).

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1978. Pastures with Brush, Wooded Strips, and Scattered Trees. American
        Birds
32 (1): 80.

            Provides results of Breeding Bird Census conducted at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during 1977; the plot
        for this site was 8.7 ha, considerably smaller than, but subsumed by, the 30-ha plot Simmers used in 1978 and
        thereafter (see also Simmers 1980a) until 1989 (see also Simmers 1990) when a third overlapping but different
        22.9-ha plot began to be used; data for 30 species were obtained in 1977.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1979a. Mixed-Mesophytic Woods, Pastures, and Brush.  American Birds 33
        (1): 27
28.

            Provides results of Winter Bird Population Study on a 30-ha plot [later remeasured (Simmers 1983) and found
        to be 27 ha] at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during the winter of 1977-1978; data for 36 species [but only 33
        are actually listed] are presented.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1979b. Mixed-Mesophytic Woods, Pastures, and Brush.  American Birds 33
        (1): 79.

            Provides results of Breeding Bird Census on 30-ha plot at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during 1978.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1980a. Mixed-Mesophytic Woods, Fields, and Brush. American Birds 34 (1): 3435.

            Provides results of Winter Bird Population Study at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during winter of 1978-1979;
        data for 36 species are provided; the plot size was 30 ha.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1980b. Mixed-Mesophytic Woods, Fields, and Brush. American Birds 34 (1): 6667.

            Registration of BASP on Breeding Bird Census conducted at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during 1979
       noteworthy.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1981a. Mixed Mesophytic Woods, Fields, and Brush. American Birds 35 (1): 31.

            Provides results of a Winter Bird Population Study at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during the winter of 1979-
        1980; results for 40 species are included.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1981b. Mixed-Mesophytic Woods, Fields, and Brush. American Birds 35 (1): 76.

            Provides results of Breeding Bird Census conducted at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during 1980.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1982a. Mixed Mesophytic Woods, Fields, and Brush. American Birds 36 (1): 3536.

            Provides results of a Winter Bird Population Study at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during the winter of 1980-
        1981; results for 33 species are included.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1982b. Mixed Mesophytic Woods, Fields, and Brush. American Birds 36 (1): 7879.

            Provides results of Breeding Bird Census conducted at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during 1981.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1983. Mixed-Mesophytic Woods, Fields, and Brush. American Birds 37 (1): 78.

            Provides results of Breeding Bird Census conducted at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during 1982.

Simmers, R. W. 1984a. Mixed-Mesophytic Woods, Fields, and Brush. American Birds 38 (1): 4546.

            Provides results of Winter Bird Population Studies conducted at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during the winters
        of 1981-1982 (38 species) and 1982-1983 (34 species).

Simmers, R. W. 1984b. Mixed-Mesophytic Woods, Fields, and Brush. American Birds 38 (1): 95.

            Provides results of Breeding Bird Census conducted at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during 1983.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1989. Mixed-Mesophytic Woods, Fields, and Brush. Journal of Field
        Ornithology
60 (Supplement): 53
54.

            Presents results of a Breeding Bird Census at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during 1988.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1990. Mixed-Mesophytic Woods and Brush. Journal of Field Ornithology
   
     61 (Supplement): 67
68.

            Results of a Breeding Bird Census, including 35 species, conducted at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during
        1989 are presented; RUGR was a visitor to the plot during the census.  The 22.9-ha plot for this census differs slightly  
        from two plots used (one in 1977 [8.7 ha] and another in 1978 [30 ha] and thereafter for a decade) for earlier BBCs
        at this site.

Simmers, R. W., Jr. 1991. Mixed-Mesophytic Woods and Brush. Journal of Field Ornithology
   
     62 (Supplement): 74.

            Results of a Breeding Bird Census, including 35 species, at Barnes Hollow, Putnam Co., TN, during 1990
        are presented.

Sloan, C. A. 2001. Winter Hummingbirds in Tennessee: General Comments and Summary of
        2001
2002 Banding Efforts. Migrant 72 (4): 101104.

            Includes record of banded RUHU in Morgan Co. 22 December 2001.

Sloan, C., and B. Palmer-Ball, Jr. 2009d. Tennessee & Kentucky [Summer 2009]. North American
        Birds 63 (4): 605
608.

            Records of SAVS (singing male) in Adair Co., KY; STFL (at least 5 nests) in Bledsoe Co., TN; and SAVS
        (7 individuals at 2 sites) in Cumberland Co., TN.

Sloan, C., and B. Palmer-Ball, Jr. 2010. Tennessee and Kentucky [Fall 2009]. North American Birds 64(1):
        84
90.

            Records of COLO, BBPL, SEPL, GCFL (late4 Oct), and SEWR (1 Aug)  in Adair, KY; PALO, AMAV, FRGU, MEGU,
       
CAGU, LBBG (1631 Oct), and Yellow Palm Warbler (1213 Oct) in Barren,, KY; TRHE and CCSP (16 Oct) in DeKalb,
        TN; SWWA (12 Sep) in McCreary, KY; COTE (15 Oct), EAWP (late
27 Oct), and RBNU (14 Sep) in Pulaski, KY; LEBI
        (no date included [was 19 Sep]), WOTH (late
2030 Nov+), and PISI (7 Aug) in Putnam, TN ; and RBME (463) and COLO
        in Russell Co., KY.

Smith, G. S. 1881. The Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra americana) in Tennessee. Bulletin of the Nuttall
        Ornithological Club
6: 56
57.

        Discusses several sightings in and near Rugby, Morgan County, during August 1880.

Solyom, V. 1940. The Chukar Partridge in Tennessee. Migrant 11 (1): 1112, 15.

            Introductions of 100 birds each at Standing Stone S. P., Overton Co., and Sparta, White Co., were made
        during August-September 1939.

Spofford, W. R. 1942. Nesting of Peregrine Falcon in Tennessee. Migrant 13 (2): 2931.

            An active PEFA eyrie in Pickett Forest visited during April 1942; two inactive sites there and one inactive
        site at Fall Creek Falls S. P. also noted.

Spofford, W. R. 1943. Bird Notes from Fall Creek State Park. Migrant 14 (3): 60.

            General remarks about a trip to the park in mid-September 1943 are offered, including mention of WITU,
        OSPR, SSHA, COHA, RTHA, PEFA (at eyrie), and PIWO.

Spofford, W. R. 1948. Some Additional Notes on the Birds of Pickett Forest, Tennessee.  Migrant
   
     19 (1): 12
13.

            Describes observations made during first week of June 1946 in Pickett Co. Twenty species observed by
        Ganier (1937) but not by author are listed; six species not seen by Ganier also listed, including late CMWA
        (late
2 June); includes long description of suspected nest sites of RCWO, including some observations from
        June 1947; also mentions PEFA in Wolf River Gorge at eyrie.

Spofford, W. R. 1949. Fall Flight of Hawks at Fall Creek Falls State Park. Migrant 20 (1): 16.

            A large flight of hawks, totaling "thousands" of birds, was reported in the park 25 September 1948; at least
        26 were shot by one gunner.  The report was made to the author by the park superintendent, B. Bayliss, who
        recollected similarly large flights "many years ago."

Stallings, [M.] P. 1980. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall 1979]. Migrant 51 (1): 1617.

            Records of SACR in Putnam Co.; and GREG and BWHA flocks in Warren Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1965. The 1965 One-Day Bald Eagle Count. Kentucky Warbler 41 (3): 4547.

            Includes results of counts made 13/14 February 1965 at Wolf Creek Dam (2 ad.).

Stamm, A. L. 1971. Comments on the 1971 One-Day Bald Eagle Count. Kentucky Warbler 47
        (3): 42
44.

            Includes results of 20 February 1971 counts at Barren River Reservoir (no eagles), Lake Cumberland (1 ad.,
        1 im.), and Dale Hollow Lake (no eagles).

Stamm, A. L. 1972. The 1972 One-Day Bald Eagle Count. Kentucky Warbler 48 (3): 5051.

            Includes results of 19 February 1972 counts at Barren River Reservoir (no eagles) and Wolf Creek Dam area
        (1 im.).

Stamm, A. L. 1973. The 1973 One-Day Bald Eagle Count. Kentucky Warbler 49 (3): 5859.

            Includes results of counts 17 February 1973 at Dale Hollow Lake (1 ad.) and Wolf Creek Dam (1 ad., 1 im.).

Stamm, A. L. 1974. The 1974 One-Day Bald Eagle Count. Kentucky Warbler 50 (3): 4647.

            Results of counts 16 February 1974 at Dale Hollow Lake  (2 ad., 2 im.) and Wolf Creek Dam (2 ad., 2 im.).

Stamm, A. L. The 1975 One-Day Bald Eagle Count. Kentucky Warbler 51 (3): 4647.

            Includes results of 8 February 1975 counts at Barren River Reservoir (no eagles), Dale Hollow Lake (2 ad.),
        Lake Cumberland (no eagles), and Cumberland River near Wolf Creek Dam area (3 ad., 1 im).

Stamm, A. L. 1976. The 1976 One-Day Bald Eagle Count. Kentucky Warbler 52 (3): 6466.

            Includes results of 14 February 1976 eagle count at Lake Cumberland (2 ad.).

Stamm, A. L. 1977. Some Comments on the 1977 One-Day Bald Eagle Count. Kentucky
        Warbler
53 (3): 35
37.

            Includes results of survey near Wolf Creek Dam 5 February 1977 (2 ad., 2 im.) and Barren River Reservoir
        (no eagles).

Stamm, A. L. 1979a. The Fall Migration Season, 1978. Kentucky Warbler 55 (1): 1318.

            Records of COLO, SACR, RBGU, RHWO, and RBNU in Barren Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1979b. The Winter Season of 19781979. Kentucky Warbler 55 (2): 2931.

            Records of RLHA, AMKE, and PUFI (low numbers) in Barren Co.; and RSHA in Russell Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1979c. The KOS Bald Eagle Count, 1979. Kentucky Warbler 55 (3): 4246.

            Includes results of eagle count made 19-27 January 1979 at Wolf Creek Dam (2 ad.); also a table
        summarizing results 1961-1979.

Stamm, A. L. 1979d. The Spring Season of 1979. Kentucky Warbler 55 (3): 4650.

              Records of BWHA (early17 March), WIFL (earlyMay 12), OCWA (late2 May), and FISP
        (low) in Barren Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1979e. The Nesting Season, Summer 1979. Kentucky Warbler 55 (4): 5558.

              Record of  CLSW (nesting colonies) in Barren Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1980a. The Fall Migration Season, 1979. Kentucky Warbler 56 (1): 1318.

            Records of CARW and EABL in Barren Co.; COLO, DUNL, TRSW, EABL, AMRO (10,000), and CHSP in
        Pulaski Co.; and COLO, BAEA, and AMCO at Dale Hollow Lake.

Stamm, A. L. 1980b. The Winter Season of 19791980. Kentucky Warbler 56 (2): 3034.

            Records of RBNU, SASP, and EVGR in Barren Co.; COLO, DCCO, HOME, AMWO, AMRE (see also
   
     Elmore 1980b), BAOR (see also Elmore 1980c,
Shadowen 1980), blackbird sp.mainly COGR (high
        count1,500,000) and EUST (high count1,500,000)FOSP, and HOFI (see also Elmore 1980a) in
        Pulaski Co.; CAGO, BOGU (2 records), RBGU, and HERG in Russell Co.; and BAEA (16) at Dale Hollow L.

Stamm, A. L. 1980c. The Spring Season of 1980. Kentucky Warbler 56 (3): 5964.

            Records of MERL (late20 Apr) in Barren Co.; and GADW, COLO, DCCO (21 banded), OSPR, NOHA,
        SSHA, RSHA, SORA, BOGU, RBGU, CATE, BBCU, CWWI (27 Apr) , SEWR, BTBW, BLGR, and HOFI in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1980d. The Nesting Season, Summer 1980. Kentucky Warbler 56 (4): 7882.

            Records of GTBH, SSHA, LESA, CWWI (1 Jun thru 7 Jul), BARS (500+), PROW, BLGR, and OROR in Pulaski Co.; and
        EAGR and SEWR in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1981a. The Fall Migration Season, 1980. Kentucky Warbler 57 (1): 1924.

            Records of  BAEA in McCreary Co.; WODU, GTBH (22), NOHA, SSHA, COHA, RSHA, SPSA (5 Nov),
        BBSA, CONI, CHSW, TRSW (400+), RBNU, EUST (0.5 million), AMPI, BLGR, COGR (0.5 million), and HOFI
        in Pulaski Co.; COLO, BAEA, SACR, and RBNU in Russell Co.; and BLVU and OSPR in Wayne Co.; also
        COME, BAEA (17+), and RBGU at Dale Hollow Lake; and BAEA at Beaver Creek, Cumberland Lake.

Stamm, A. L. 1981b. The Winter Season of 198081. Kentucky Warbler 57 (2): 3539.

            Records of WEGR in Barren Co.; COLO in Clinton Co.; ABDU, MALL, blackbird roost (1-2 million), and
        HOFI in Pulaski Co.; and COLO in Russell Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1981c. The Spring Migration of 1981. Kentucky Warbler 57 (3): 5460.

            Records of BWHA, SACR, AMWO, WPWI (no date), RBNU, and GCTH in Barren Co.; BWHA, BOGU, HERG
        (late
20 May), BBCU, CWWI (28 Apr), TRSW, NRWS, BANS, CLSW, BARS, RBNU, NAWA (early16 Apr), VESP,
        and SASP in Pulaski Co.; and OCWA at Lake Cumberland.

Stamm, A. L. 1981d. The Nesting Season, Summer 1981. Kentucky Warbler 57 (4): 7175.

            Records of COHA, BWHA, HOWR (nest), BASP, and SOSP in Barren Co.; RCWO (nest) in McCreary Co.;
        and BWHA, BLTE (early
29 July), BBCU, YBCU, RCWO (nest w/ 3y), and BLGR (expanding west) in Pulaski
        Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1982a. The Fall Migration Season, 1981. Kentucky Warbler 58 (1): 1319.

            Records of GTBH, BLVU, BASA, DUNL, LBDO (2 records; see also Elmore 1982), and LOSH in Adair Co.;
        BAEA and WIWR in Barren Co.; COLO, HOGR, COME, BAEA, and RLHA in Cumberland Co.; and OSPR,
        CHSW, EAKI (18
19 Sep), LOSH, TRSW, CLSW, EABL, AMPI, EUST, TEWA (20 Aug), CMWA (several
        records), COGR, and HOFI in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1982b. The Winter Season of 19811982. Kentucky Warbler 58 (2): 2732.

            Records of LOSH in Adair Co.; BLVU and TUVU in Barren Co.; and AMWO, LOSH, CWAX, blackbird roost,
        and HOFI (2 records) in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1982c. The Spring Migration of 1982. Kentucky Warbler 58 (3): 4859.

            Records of WRSA and CLSW in Adair Co.; LEYE (early12 Mar), BBCU, BGGN (early20 Mar), SWTH,
        CHSP, and HOFI in Barren Co.; BTNW (early
20 Mar) and PIWA in McCreary Co.; RBME (20), OSPR, SEPL,
        GRYE (20), BARS, PROW, BLGR, HOFI, and EVGR in Pulaski Co.; and COLO at Lake Cumberland.

Stamm, A. L. 1982d. The Nesting Season, Summer 1982. Kentucky Warbler 58 (4): 8186.

            Records of CLSW (colony) in Adair Co.; CLSW (colony), YBCH, and BLGR in Barren Co.; and TUVU,
        SSHA, and BLGR in Pulaski Co

Stamm, A. L. 1983a.  The Fall Migration Season, 1982. Kentucky Warbler 59 (1): 1319.

            Record of TUSW (28-29 Aug), NOHA, CONI, BBWA, and DEJU in Barren Co.; GADW, GRHE, AMCO
        (2600+), AMGP, AMAV, YBCU (late
20 Oct), CONI, MAWR, AMPI, EUST, CWAX, CMWA (several records),
        MOWA, SUTA, VESP, RBGR, and RWBL in Pulaski Co.; and WHIB in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1983b. The Winter Season of 19821983. Kentucky Warbler 59 (2): 2631.

            Records of AMWO, HERG (100), RBNU, BBWA, blackbird roost, and PUFI in Barren Co.; and RBNU,
        HOWR (22 Dec), blackbird roost (several 1000), PUFI, and HOFI (2 records) in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1983c. The Spring Migration of 1983. Kentucky Warbler 59 (3): 3945.

            Records of BWHA and UPSA in Barren Co.; and CAEG, BCNH (2 at Oakhill Lake), OSPR (2), SORA (no
        date), BBCU (no date), BANS (25 on 16 May), BARS, SEWR (30 Apr), YWAR (10), DEJU (late
23 May),
        BLGR, BOBO (2 records of 75 each 2 & 8 May), and HOFI in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1983d. The Nesting Season, Summer 1983. Kentucky Warbler 59 (4): 5154.

            Records of KILL and YBCU in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1984a. The Fall Migration Season, 1983. Kentucky Warbler 60 (1): 1420.

            Records of VIRA (tower kill22 Oct), FOTE, and BTBW (tower kill22 Oct) in Adair Co.; COME and BAEA
        in Barren Co.; GTBH, BLVU, TUVU, AMGP, KILL, SAND (2 records; no dates), WESA, BASA, BBSA,
        SBDO, PHVI, TRSW (late12 Nov), AMPI (no date), CWAX, YWAR (late13 Nov), MAWA (early21 Aug),
        and BLBW in Pulaski Co.; and BOGU in Russell Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1984b. The Winter Season of 19831984.  Kentucky Warbler 60 (2): 2327.

            Records of TUVU and RBGU in Barren Co.; DCCO (2 Jan), SSHA, KILL, BRTH, blackbird sp. (1.2 million),
        HOFI, and EVGR in Pulaski Co.; SACR in Russell Co.; and PIWA at Lake Cumberland.

Stamm, A. L. 1984c. The Spring Season, 1984. Kentucky Warbler 60 (3): 4046.

            Records of SACR and BAOR in Barren Co.; COGO (late9 May), OSPR, FOTE, PUMA, TRSW (200+),
        CMWA (10), BLGR, and PISI (late16 May) in Pulaski Co.; BAEA in Russell Co.; and GRYE (late15 May) in
        Wayne Co. 

Stamm, A. L. 1984d. The Nesting Season, Summer 1984. Kentucky Warbler 60 (4): 5156.

            Records of YCNH (ad and im 9 Jul) and OSPR in Barren Co.; GTBH, SSHA (23 Jun), BWHA (pair), PUMA,
        CWAX, COYE, INBU, both of previous species parasitized by BHCO in Pulaski Co.; and SOSA in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1985a. The Fall Migration Season, 1984. Kentucky Warbler 61 (1): 1319.

            Records of  GCTH in Barren Co.; AMWI, RNDU, LESC, WWSC, BUFF, RUDU, COLO, GREG, CAEG,
        RUTU, DUNL, CATE, COTE, FOTE, BLTE, CONI, WEVI, BLBW (late), AMPI, and BLGR (late
10 Oct) in
        Pulaski Co. [does not include BLSC; see also Peterjohn 1985]; BAEA at Lake Cumberland; and HOGR and
        BAEA (Sep and Nov) at Dale Hollow L.

Stamm, A. L. 1985b. The Winter Season, 19841985. Kentucky Warbler 61 (2): 2732.

            Records of GTBH (29) in Barren Co.; and HOFI (175+) in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1985c. The Spring Migration of 1985. Kentucky Warbler 61 (3): 4248.

            Records of COLO, FOTE, and OSPR in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1985d. The Nesting Season, Summer 1985. Kentucky Warbler 61 (4): 5560.

            Records of AMKE and CLSW (476 active nests) in Barren Co.; BWHA in Pulaski Co.; and RTHU in Russell
        Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1986a. The Fall Migration Season, 1985. Kentucky Warbler 62 (1): 39.

            Records of SACR in Barren Co.; WITU in Cumberland Co.; and SPSA (20), COTE, FOTE, BLTE, CONI
        (275), CMWA (late24 Oct), WIWA (early16 Aug), PUFI (early20 Sep), and EVGR (31 on 27 Oct) in Pulaski
        Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1986b. The Winter Season, 19851986. Kentucky Warbler 62 (2): 2629.

            Records of GRSC, HOME, COLO, PBGR, GTBH, OSPR (2 Jan), MERL (11 Jan), and RBGU in Barren Co.;
        OSPR (1 Dec) in Pulaski Co.; and BOGU at Lake Cumberland.

Stamm, A. L. 1986c. The Spring Migration of 1986. Kentucky Warbler 62 (3): 4146.

            Records of RLHA (late22 Mar [?]), CLSW, BEWR, and LOWA (22 Mar) in Barren Co.; CONI and BLGR (1
        May) in Pulaski Co.; and BEWR in "Lake Cumberland area" [see next entry for probable date of this sighting].

Stamm, A. L. 1986d. The Nesting Season, Summer 1986. Kentucky Warbler 62 (4): 6570.

            Records of EAPH (nest) in Barren Co.; SWWA in McCreary Co.; and BBCU (8 Jun), TRSW (nest), BEWR
   
     (18 Jul; also a record for 19 May 1986), GRSP, BLGR, and HOFI (nest) in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1987a. The Fall Migration Season, 1986. Kentucky Warbler 63 (1): 512.

            Records of tower casualties including NOPA in Adair Co.; KEWA (late16 & 31 Oct) in Barren Co.; CAGO
        and SACR in Barren Co.; COLO (early27 Sep), REDH (100+), OSPR, WESA, DUNL, BOGU, CATE, BLTE
        (late27 Sep), CONI, CLSW, RBNU, and HOFI in Pulaski Co.; also COLO and BAEA (18) at Dale Hollow L.

Stamm, A. L. 1987b. The Winter Season, 19861987. Kentucky Warbler 63 (2): 3539.

            Records of AMWO and HOFI in Pulaski Co.; and TUVU in Russell Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1987c. The Spring Migration of 1987. Kentucky Warbler 63 (3): 4753.

            Records of BBCU and YBCU in Barren Co.; AMBI and SWWA in McCreary Co.; and RBME, GREG,
        OSPR, COHA (3), SORA (16 & 25 Apr), CONI, NRWS, and BOBO (30+) in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1987d. The Nesting Season, Summer 1987. Kentucky Warbler 63 (4): 5862.

            Records of COHA and BLGR in Barren Co.; BLGR in McCreary Co.; and BLGR in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1988a. The Fall Migration Season, 1987. Kentucky Warbler 64 (1): 1520.

            Records of AMRE in Barren Co.;  and AWPE, OSPR, SSHA, COHA, CONI, LOSH, and AMPI in Pulaski
        Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1988b. The Winter Season, 19871988.  Kentucky Warbler 64 (2): 2731.

            Records of SACR (2 Jan) in Barren Co.; EVGR in McCreary Co.; blackbird sp. (422,000 killed at roost
   
     with 1% estimated to be RUBL), and HOFI in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1988c. The Spring Season of 1988. Kentucky Warbler 64 (3): 4350.

            Records of LOSH in Barren Co.; and HOWR (none on BBS) and EABL in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1988d. The Nesting Season, Summer 1988.  Kentucky Warbler 64 (4): 6167.

            Record of GHOW (young) in Barren Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1989a. The Fall Migration Season, 1988. Kentucky Warbler 65 (1): 311.

            Records of HOME and  TUVU in Barren Co.;  CAGO, RNDU (early10 Sep), DCCO, BCNH, TUVU, BAEA,
        SEPL (late19 Oct), KILL, PESA, DUNL, SBDO [?], BOGU, CATE (7), CONI, WPWI (calling 14 Sep), LOSH
        (3 locations), AMPI, and PISI in Pulaski Co.;  and AWPE (2) and AMPI in Russell Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1989b. The Winter Season, 19881989. Kentucky Warbler 65 (2): 3138.

            Records of CAGO, SACR, and WTSP in Barren Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1989c. The Spring Season of 1989. Kentucky Warbler 65 (3): 6172.

            Records of COLO, GREG, RNDU, SACR, AMAV (6), WILL (40+), FOTE, YBCU, EAWP, PUMA, and
        LOSH in Barren Co.; and SEPL, BOGU, NRWS, BANS (early
22 March), and BOBO (50+) in Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1989d. The Nesting Season, Summer 1989. Kentucky Warbler 65 (4): 8392.

            Records of EAPH (nest) and CARW (nest) in Barren Co.; WODU (brood), RUGR (3 drumming 7 Jul), BLVU,
        SSHA (7 Jul [a second cited McCreary record, from Wolf Knob, actually took place in Whitley Co.]), BHVI,
        and CERW (family groups) in McCreary Co.; LOSH (nest or young) in Metcalfe Co.; BWHA, RTHU, LOSH,
        PUMA, and BLGR in Pulaski Co.; and BWHA (nest with young) and CWWI (19 Jul) in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1990a. The Fall Migration Season, 1989. Kentucky Warbler 66 (1): 314.

            Records of SWTH (50+ tower casualties) and BOBO (tower kill) in Adair Co.; DCCO, TUVU, and WIWR in
        Barren Co.; and TUVU, SACR, BOGU, FOTE, RTHU (20-25 Oct), PUMA, BARS (11 Oct), and HOFI in Pulaski
        Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1990b. The Winter Season, 198990. Kentucky Warbler 66 (2): 3542.

            Records of CAGO, RNDU, NOHA, and HOFI in Pulaski Co; LOSH in Russell Co.; GWFG (5), SNGO,
        CAGO (3 records), WODU, GADW, AMWI, NOSH, GWTE, REDH, RNDU, LTDU (female), BUFF (40 on 28
        Feb), HOME (150+), NOHA, and LOSH in Wayne Co.

Stamm. A. L. 1994a. The Spring Season 1994. Kentucky Warbler 70 (3): 4857.

            Records of COHA, YBCU, CWWI (30 May), PRAW, CERW, YBCH, SUTA, SCTA, and INBU in Cumberland Co.;
        AMWO, BBCU, and OSFL in McCreary Co.; SNGO, CANV, RNDU, GRSC, OSPR (4 records), PIWA, CONW
       
[probable error with date; should be 28 May], PISI (2 records), and EVGR in Pulaski Co.; and CANV (70+),
        SEPL, GRYE, LESA, PESA, BOGU, and WAVI in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L. 1994b. The Nesting Season, Summer 1994. Kentucky Warbler 70 (4): 6772.

            Records of CSWA in McCreary Co.; RTHA (nest), RTHU, WIFL, TRSW, and DICK in Pulaski Co.; and
        YBCU, RTHU, EAKI, WEVI, REVI, BANS, WOTH, BRTH, CWAX, PRAW, OVEN, KEWA, COYE, HOWA,
        YBCH, SUTA, EATO, CHSP, FISP, GRSP (2 records), SOSP, NOCA, BLGR, INBU, RWBL, EAME, OROR,
        and AMGO in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L., and J. Durell. 1980. The 1980 Bald Eagle Survey in Kentucky. Kentucky Warbler
       
56 (3): 55
58.

            Includes data collected 220 January 1980 at Wolf Creek Dam, Russell Co. (3 ad., 1 im.); Fishing Creek,
        Wayne and Pulaski counties (1 ad., 1 im.); Big South Fork Cumberland River, McCreary Co. (no eagles).

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1990a. The Spring Season, 1990. Kentucky Warbler 66 (3):
        52
62.

            Records of BBCU, GCFL, BWWA, COYE, and BLGR in Barren Co.

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1990b. The Nesting Season, Summer 1990. Kentucky
        Warbler
66 (4): 83
93.

            Records of NOBO (young), GTBH (ad and juv), GRHE (nest w/ 5 young), unid. Accipiter, RHWO, CLSW,
        LOSH (3 records), PIWA (13 Jun), CERW, PROW, and WEWA in Adair Co.; BLVU, COHA, and CWAX (pair)
        in Barren Co.; COLO in Clinton Co.; SSHA and NOPA in Cumberland Co.; COHA, WAVI, and HESP in
        Metcalfe Co.; COLO, BLVU, COHA, HOWR, CWAX (pair), YTWA (adult carrying food), and KEWA (family) in
        Monroe Co.; NOBO (pair w/ 7 young), GTBH, RTHU, WIFL (8 Jul), NRWS (fledged young), and CLSW in
        Pulaski Co.; SSHA, unid. Accipiter, RHWO, NRWS (nest), CLSW (colony), LOSH (pair), and WEWA in
        Russell Co.; and BAWW in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1991a. The Fall Migration Season, 1990. Kentucky Warbler
   
     67 (1): 3
10.

            Records of SWWA (11/12 Oct tower casualty) and OVEN (376 tower kills17 Oct) in Adair Co.; RBNU
        in Barren Co.; COLO in Clinton Co.; COLO and BAEA in Cumberland Co.; GREG, BLVU, OSPR, BAEA,
        FRGU, YBCU, CHSW (2 records), RTHU, EAKI (late
13 Nov), and PISI in Pulaski Co.; and ABDU, MALL,
        GWTE, HOME, WISN, YBCU,  in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1991b. The Winter Season, 19901991. Kentucky Warbler
   
     67 (2): 27
33.

            Records of BLVU, BAEA, SACR (2 records), and AMWO in Barren Co.; TUSW [see also Monroe 1992],
        EAPH, and CHSP in Pulaski Co.; and KILL (108) and AMWO in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1991c. The Spring Season, 1991. Kentucky Warbler 67 (3):
        51
60.

            Records of SSHA (2 records), BEWR, CWAX, NOPA (early28 Mar) in Barren Co.; BWTE, RNDU, WITU,
        GREG, BWHA (3 records), KILL (nest), RTHU, AMRO, CONW, HOFI (nest and fledged young) in Pulaski Co.;
        and LEYE in Russell Co.

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1991d. The Nesting Season, 1991. Kentucky Warbler 67 (4):
        75
81.

            Records of GRHE, RTHU, CLSW (nests), GRSP (2 records, including 10 im), HESP, and DICK (24 Jun) in
        Pulaski Co.

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1992a. The Fall Season, 1991. Kentucky Warbler 68 (1):
        3
11.

            Records of COLO and AMCO in Clinton Co.; COLO and AMCO in Cumberland Co.; DCCO, BWTE, GADW,
        RNDU, LESC, SACR, GRYE (23 Nov), LESA (9 on 22 Nov), PESA (22 Nov), DUNL, WISN, FOTE, TRSW,
        AMPI, HOFI, and PISI in Pulaski Co.; and GREG (late
2023 Nov), GWTE, HOME, SACR, GRYE, WISN, and
        AMPI in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1992b. The Winter Season, 19911992. Kentucky Warbler
   
     68 (2): 31
36.

            Records of RSHA and AMCO (900) in Clinton Co.; CAGO, ABDU (250+), CANV, RNDU, NOHA, SSHA,
        COHA, SACR, AMWO, and BOGU in Pulaski Co.; TUVU in Russell Co.; and GADW, AMWI, GWTE, RNDU,
        GREG (2 late
14 Dec), and BLVU in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1992c. The Spring Season, 1992. Kentucky Warbler 68 (3):
        43
49.

            Records of RSHA and TRSW (early1 Mar) in Adair Co.; GTBH, AMWO, LOSH, HOWR, and CWAX in
        Barren Co.; NOSH, RNDU, COLO, OSPR, BOGU, NRWS (early
22 Mar), BARS (early22 Mar), RBNU,
        AMPI, BLGR, and PISI in Pulaski Co.; and GREG (5) in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1992d. The Nesting Season, 1992. Kentucky Warbler 68 (4):
        55
58.

            Records of CHSP in Barren Co.; YBCU, CWWI (2 June), EAPH, WEVI, YTVI, PUMA, CWAX, PRAW, YBCH, and
        BLGR in Cumberland Co.; BWHA, YBCU, EAPH, WEVI, YTVI, BHVI, PIWA, PRAW, CERW, YBCH, and
        OROR in McCreary Co.; and MALL, YBCU, CWWI (21 Jun), WEVI, YTVI, PUMA, TRSW, CWAX, PRAW, YBCH,
        GRSP (2 records), BLGR, and OROR in Wayne Co.

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1993a. The Fall Season, 1992. Kentucky Warbler 69 (1):
        4
11.

            Records of SSHA, COHA, GHOW, BDOW, CONI, RCKI, and AMRE in Barren Co.

Stamm, A. L., and B. L. Monroe, Jr. 1994. The Winter Season, 19931994. Kentucky Warbler 70
        (2): 31
37.

            Records of WODU in Adair Co.; HOFI in Barren Co.; SNGO, TUVU, RHWO, RBNU, HETH, FOSP, WCSP,
        HOFI, CORE (2 records), and EVGR in Pulaski Co.; BUFF and RBNU in Russell Co.; and CANV in Wayne
        Co.

Starr, R. 1955. Whistling Swans Sighted at Dale Hollow Lake. Kentucky Warbler 31 (4): 71.

            Vaguely describes 6 large, goose-like birds seen 29 September 1929 near Cedar Hill Dock; probably not a
        useful record.

Starr, R. 1961. Sandhill Cranes in Barren County. Kentucky Warbler 37 (3): 5657.

            Flock of 8 noted 24 March 1961.

Starr, R. 1962. Late Evening Grosbeak Records from Glasgow. Kentucky Warbler 38 (3): 51.

            Female noted 8 May [1962 (?)].

Starr, R. 1967. Some Notes from the Barren River Reservoir. Kentucky Warbler 43 (2): 3738.

            Reports fall 1966 sightings of GTBH, OSPR, AMGP, SESA, AMPI, and LALO in Barren Co.; and VIRA in
        Metcalfe Co.

Starr, R. 1971. Some Notes from South-Central Kentucky. Kentucky Warbler 47 (3): 4546.

            Includes record of HOWR nest and SOSP in Barren Co. and SACR in Metcalfe Co.

Stedman, B. H., and S. J. Stedman. 2005. Point Count Surveys of Breeding Birds in the Obed
        Wild and Scenic River.  Migrant 76 (1): 1
9.

            Reports the results of point-count surveys conducted at 50 plots during June of six years (19982003); raw
        data for 82 species are included, 40 of which were Neotropical migrants.

Stedman, S. J. 1983a. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall 1982]. Migrant 54 (1): 2023.

            Records of SACR, WTSP, DEJU, and HOFI in Pickett Co.; HOFI in Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1983b. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 19821983]. Migrant 54 (2):
        42
44.

            Records of COLO, DCCO, SSHA, RSHA, AMCO, GHOW, BDOW, EAPH, and HOFI in Pickett Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1983c. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Spring1983]. Migrant 54 (3): 6063.

            Records of BWHA, SACR, WPWI (26 Apr), DEJU, and PUFI in Pickett Co.; SACR (2 records), WPWI
        (27 Apr), RTHU, LEFL, SWTH, RBGR, WTSP, and PUFI in Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1983d. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Summer1983]. Migrant 54 (4): 8789.

            Records of LASP in Clay/Macon Co. (see also McNair 2000); and CWWI (13 Jun) and BLGR in Pickett Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1984a. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall 1983]. Migrant 55 (1): 1822.

            Records of SACR and RHWO in Pickett Co.; and SSHA, SACR, RBNU, SEWR, SWTH, OCWA (2
        records), CMWA, BLBW, PUFI, PISI, and EVGR in Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1984b. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 19831984]. Migrant 55 (2):
        44
47.

            Records of WPWA in DeKalb Co.; CANV, REDH, LESC, YERA (see also Hassler 1984), SACR (many
        records), PUMA, and EVGR in Pickett Co.; and SACR, PUFI, and EVGR in Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1984c. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Spring1984]. Migrant 55 (3): 6872.

            Records of SACR and BOBO in Pickett Co.; and LEFL, YTVI, CAWA, and RBGR in Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1984d. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Summer1984]. Migrant 55 (4): 8893.

            Includes records of OSPR (hacked) and AMRE in Clay Co.; COHA in Macon Co.; YBCH in Pickett Co.;
        SSHA, BWHA, and BWWA in Putnam Co.; and BLVU (nest), TRSW, and BAOR in Smith Co.

Stedman, 1985a. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall 1984]. Migrant 56 (1): 1722.

            Records of BBWA (early20 Aug) in Van Buren Co.; AMCO and SACR in Pickett Co.; and SACR,
        WIWR, HETH, PUFI, and PISI in Putnam Co.

Stedman, 1985b. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 19841985]. Migrant 56 (2): 4954.

            Records of SACR in Overton Co.; SACR in Pickett Co.; and RUGR, SACR, ATSP, and AMGO in Putnam
        Co.

Stedman, 1985c. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Spring 1985]. Migrant 56 (3): 7478.

            Records of SACR in Pickett Co.; and SACR, WOTH, TEWA, and RBGR in Putnam Co.

Stedman, 1985d. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Summer 1985]. Migrant 56 (4): 108112.

            Records of LOSH in Pickett Co.; BWHA (nest-building), BBCU, BAWW, MOWA, and HOFI in Putnam Co.;
        BBCU (2) and GRSP on Silver Pt. BBS; and GRSP on Union Hill BBS.

Stedman, S. J. 1986a. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall 1985]. Migrant 57 (1): 2429.

            Records of BAEA in DeKalb Co.; BAEA im in Jackson Co.; BAEA (shot) in Macon Co.; BAEA, MERL,
        AMCO (550), SACR (2 records), and EVGR in Pickett Co.; and BAEA and SWTH in Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1986b. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 19851986]. Migrant 57 (2):
        52
58.

            Records of RUGR and AMGO in Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1986c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 1986]. Migrant 57 (3): 7582.

            Records of OSPR in Clay Co.; NOHA and LEFL in Jackson Co.; OSPR and OSFL in Overton Co.; RUGR
        (1980), WITU (1980),  SACR (several records including 2 records in 1980), BGGN (early
6 Mar 1986), and
        PROW (1980) in Pickett Co.; NOHA, CONW, and MOWA in Putnam Co.; BEWR (1980) in Smith Co.; and
        YCNH (1982), COHA (1982), RUGR (1982), LOSH (1982), BHVI (1982), HOLA (1982), BTNW (1982), SWWA
        (1982), DICK (1982), GRSP (1982), SOSP (1982), and BAOR (1982) in White Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1986d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 1986]. Migrant 57 (4): 104111.

            Records of WIFL (see also Stedman 1987b), NRWS (see also Stedman and Simbeck 1988), HOWR, and
        HOFI in Clay Co.; SPSA in DeKalb Co.; BAEA, COHA (2 records), WIFL, CLSW, and GRSP in Jackson Co.;
        BLVU, WIFL, GRSP, SOSP, and DICK in Overton Co.; HOWR, YTWA, GRSP, and HOFI in Pickett Co.; and
        RSHA, HOWR, SOSP, and HOFI in Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1987a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 1986]. Migrant 58 (1): 2125.

            Records of CATE in Jackson Co.; CAEG in Overton Co.; BAEA and SACR (many records) in Pickett Co.;
        and RUGR, SACR, AMWO, WPWI (late
30 Sep 2 singing), AMCR, WIWR, PRAW, PUFI, and PISI in Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1987b. Nesting Habitat of Willow Flycatcher in Tennessee. Migrant 58 (2): 4950.

            Describes habitat of late May 1986 sighting of WIFL in Clay Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1987c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 19861987]. Migrant 58 (2):
        54
58.

            Records of TUVU (roost) in Jackson Co.; OSPR in Pickett Co.; and RLHA in Smith Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1987d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 1987]. Migrant 58 (3): 94100.

            Records of COLO, WITU, and Brewster's Warbler in Pickett Co.; and SACR (many records) and BAWW in
        Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1987e. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 1987]. Migrant 58 (4): 138143.

            Records of BAEA (hacking) and COHA in Clay Co.; WIFL in Fentress Co.; BAEA (nest), COHA, CLSW
        (nest), and CWAX (juveniles) in Jackson Co.; YBCU (egg) in Pickett Co.; and YCNH, CWAX, and HOWA in
        Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1988a. The Winter Roadside Raptor Survey in Tennessee: 1986-1987 Results.
        Migrant 59 (1): 14
21.

            Data from several Upper Cumberland countiesBledsoe, Cumberland, Fentress, Jackson, Overton, Pickett,
        Putnam, and Smith
are subsumed in the overall results, but data from individual counties are not provided.

Stedman, S. J. 1988b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 1987]. Migrant 59 (1): 3338.

            Records of SNGO and SACR in Jackson Co.; and GRHE, REDH, COGO, BUFF, HOME, SSHA, COHA,
        BWHA, MERL, PEFA, WITU, SACR, SOSA, STSA, WISN, CLSW, BLJA, WIWR, GWWA, and DEJU in
        Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1988c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 19871988]. Migrant 59 (2):
        65
68.

            Records of BAEA in Clay Co.; BAEA and SACR in DeKalb Co.; COME, BAEA, and GOEA (3 records, 1 in
        1983 and 1 in 1986) in Jackson Co.; GOEA in Macon Co. (1986); SACR in Overton Co.; BAEA, RLHA, and
        SACR in Pickett Co.; SNGO, REDH (2 records), SACR, EAPH, and DEJU (pink-sided form) in Putnam Co.;
        BAEA and MERL in Smith Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1988d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 1988]. Migrant 59 (3): 9599.

            Records of SACR in Jackson Co.; SACR (2 records) in Overton Co.; SACR, WEWA, and PISI in Pickett
        Co.; PBGR, HOGR, GREG, SNEG, NOSH, RBME, BWHA (2 records), WITU, RUGR, SACR, SBDO, BANS,
        WIWR, BWWA, BLPW (2 records), FOSP, and PISI in Putnam Co.; SACR in Smith Co.; and WRSA and
        WPWA in White Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1988e. Range Expansion and Population Increase of Nesting Song Sparrows in
        Tennessee. American Birds 42 (3): 382
384.

            Provides dates of first breeding season records in several Upper Cumberland Region counties in Tennessee:
        Putnam (1952), Pickett (1968), Warren (1971), DeKalb (1979), and Smith (1981); suggests linkage of SOSP
        breeding expansion in Tennessee and harsh winter weather to north.  See also Nicholson 1997.

Stedman, S. J. 1989. Minimum Survey Effort for Determining Sex Ratio of Wintering American
        Kestrels in a Large
Area. Journal of Field Ornithology 60 (2): 259263.

            Data for this project were taken in part from a number of Upper Cumberland counties; results indicate that
        the wintering AMKE population in middle Tennessee is composed of about 56% males during winter.

Stedman, S. J. 1990. Band Opening and Removal by House Finches. North American Bird
        Bander
15 (4): 136
138.

            Reports results of a 2-year banding study of 2420 wintering HOFIs in Putnam Co.; at least one HOFI was
        able to pry open and remove a # 1 standard aluminum butt-end band; many others (31% of repeaters) pried
        open their bands slightly but not enough to remove them

Stedman, S. J. 1992a. Central Southern Region [Winter 19911992]. American Birds 46 (2): 274279.

            Records of HOGR in DeKalb Co.; TUSW, RLHA, and PUMA (early24 Feb) in Putnam Co.; and TUSW, RLHA,
        and SEOW in White Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1992b. House Finch: A Western Bird Invades Tennessee from the Northeast. The
        Tennessee Conservationist
58: 8
11.

            Describes the colonization of Tennessee by House Finch, beginning in 1972.

Stedman, S. J. 1993. Birds of Putnam County, Tennessee. Privately printed at Cookeville,
        Tennessee, 146 + xiv pp.

             The record of VIRA is erroneous, deriving from a mapping error in Alsop undated [1980].  The high count for
        MODO is incorrect and should be 636 on 16 September 2006, FBC.  In Appendix E the figure for CERW for
        1980 should be 1.5, not 10.5.

Stedman, S. J. 1995a. Central Southern Region [Winter 19941995]. National Audubon Society
        Field Notes
49: 155
159.

            Includes record of YBLO (photo) in Clay Co.

Stedman, S. J. 1995b. Spring Neotropical Migrant Survey in the Big South Fork National River
        and Recreation Area, Kentucky and Tennessee. Kentucky Warbler 71 (2): 27
32.

            Includes data on 92 species detected during surveys undertaken on 7 dates 16 April25 May 1995.

Stedman, S. J. 1998. Breeding Bird Survey of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation
        Area, Kentucky and Tennessee, 1994-1996.  The Kentucky Warbler 74 (2): 35
43.

            Presents data for 65 species detected on 100-stop breeding bird surveys conducted in the park during each
        of three breeding seasons.  Relative abundance of these species is indicated, and some generalizations about
        the breeding avifauna are suggested.

Stedman, S. J. 1999a. Yellow-billed Loon: First Record in Tennessee. Migrant 70 (2): 6566.

            Describes sighting of YBLO at Lillydale, Dale Hollow L., Clay Co., Tennessee, 1819 February 1995.

Stedman, S. J. 1999b. Central Southern Region [Winter 19981999]. North American Birds 53 (2):
        173
176.

            Records of GWFG, ROGO, WWSC, AMBI, RTHA ("Harlan's"back for 12th winter), SACR, SPSA, GRCA,
        PRAW, and BAOR in Putnam Co.

Stedman, S. J.  2000. Horned Grebe (Podiceps auritus). In The Birds of North America, No. 505
        (A. Poole
and F. Gill, eds.). The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA.

            Describes numbers and behavior of HOGRs wintering at the Floating Mill Recreation Area, Center Hill L.,
        DeKalb Co.

Stedman, S. J. 2001. Northern Saw-whet Owl Surveys in the Big South Fork National River and
        Recreation Area, Kentucky and Tennessee.  The Kentucky Warbler 77 (4): 68
75.

            Provides results of NSWO surveys in BSFNRRA during January-March 2000 and February 2001. Ten
        NSWOs were heard in Fentress, Pickett, and Scott counties, TN, and McCreary Co., KY, during the first
        survey (100 stops) and none during the second (50 stops).

Stedman, S. J. 2003. Golden-winged Warblers in McCreary County during Mid- to Late May
        2002. Kentucky Warbler 79 (4): 91
92.

            Summarizes sightings from May 2002, but also includes two May records before 2002 and one record for
        2003.  See also Patton et al. 2004.

Stedman, S. J. 2004. Tennessee/Mississippi/Alabama. American Birds: 104th Christmas Bird
        Count
[CBC Report 2003
2004] 58: 7577.

            Includes photograph of BOBO taken 25 December 2003 after bird was registered on Cookeville CBC 20
        December 2003.

Stedman, S. J.  2005. Tennessee. American Birds: 105th Christmas Bird Count [CBC Report
        2004
2005] 59: 7374.

            Includes comments on status of several species on Eastern Highland Rim (AMKE) and Cumberland Plateau
        (RUGR).

Stedman, S. J.  2006a. Tennessee. American Birds: 106th Christmas Bird Count [CBC Report
        2005
2006] 60: 7475.

            Comments on the inaugural count in Crossville in particular.

Stedman, S. J. 20062012. Birds of Putnam County, Tennessee. 2nd ed.
        
http://iweb.tntech.edu/sstedman/PutnamCountyBirdsDustJacketFront.htm

            Updates information in Stedman (1993); a link to this work is provided in the citation above.

Stedman, S. J.  2007. Tennessee. American Birds: 107th Christmas Bird Count [CBC Report
        2006
2007] 61: 7273.

            Includes mention of....

Stedman, S. J., 2009. Tennessee. American Birds: 109th Christmas Bird Count [CBC Report
        2008
2009] 63: 7173.

            Includes mention of CCSP on Crossville count 17 December 2008.

Stedman, S. J. 2010. Tennessee. American Birds: 110th Christmas Bird Count [CBC Report
         2009
2010] 64: 5759.

            Mentions or refers to LALO on Clay County count; state high counts of BUFF (356) and WBNU (136),
        as well as WEGR (photo) and BGGN (photo) on Crossville count; MUSW, Selasphorus sp., and WOTH
        (count week) on Cookeville Count; and BHVI on White County count.

Stedman, S. J. 2011. Tennessee. American Birds: 111th Christmas Bird Count [CBC Report
        2010
2011] 65: 6970.

Stedman, S. J., and D. A. Downs. 2005. First Bachman's Sparrow Record in White County,
        Tennessee. Migrant 76 (2): 44
46.

            Provides details about habitat of BASP sighting on Eastland Rd. 1 & 15 May 2005; photo.

Stedman, S. J., and M. J. Hawkins. 2003. Winter Records of Yellow-breasted Chat in Tennessee.
        Migrant 74 (4): 104
108.

            Describes the first Upper Cumberland Region winter chat sightings in DeKalb (30 December 2003 by
        Hawkins) and Putnam (23
24 January 2004 by Stedman) counties; the former sighting occurred during the
        inaugural DeKalb County CBC.

Stedman, S. J., and E. K. LeGrand. 2005. Breeding Henslow's Sparrows in White County, Tennessee.
        Migrant 76 (2): 41
43.

            Summarizes sightings of adult (up to 4 singing males) and juvenile (2) HESPs found in the Heritage Marsh 420
        July 2004; photo (singing male).

Stedman, S. J., and B. Palmer-Ball, Jr. 2009. Results of the 2009 Foray in Clinton County. Kentucky Warbler
   
     85 (4): 83
89.

            Summarizes results of 2009 Upper Cumberland Region foray in Clinton County, Kentucky.

Stedman, S. J., and J. C. Robinson. 1987. Documentation and submission of bird records in
        Tennessee. Migrant 58 (3): 65
79.

            A detailed review of the process of documenting a noteworthy bird observation.

Stedman, S. J., and D. J. Simbeck. 1988. Northern Rough-winged Swallows Build Nests in
        Semi-Trailers. Migrant 59 (2): 51
52.

            Two nests found in or near Celina, Clay Co., 25 May 1986.

Stedman, S. J., and B. H. Stedman. 1991. Mature deciduous-coniferous forest with stream. Journal 
   
     of Field Ornithology 62 (Supplement): 1718.

            Reports first-year results of a Winter Bird Population Study at City Lake Natural Area, Cookeville, Putnam Co.,
        TN, during the winter of 1989
1990; data for 46 species are presented including registration of an early arriving
        or wintering GRHE (18 February 1990).

Stedman, S. J., and B. H. Stedman. 1992a. Mature deciduous-coniferous forest with stream. Journal
        of Field
Ornithology 63 (Supplement): 1819.

            Reports second-year results of a Winter Bird Population Study at City Lake Natural Area, Cookeville, Putnam Co.,
        TN, during the winter of 1990
1991; data for 35 species are presented.

Stedman, S. J., and B. H. Stedman. 1992b. Mature deciduous-coniferous forest with stream. Journal
        of Field
Ornithology 63 (Supplement): 86.

            Reports first-year results of a Breeding Bird Census at City Lake Natural Area, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN,
        during 1991; data for 47 species are presented.

Stedman, S. J., and B. H. Stedman. 1993a. Mature deciduous-coniferous forest with stream.
   
     Journal of Field Ornithology 64 (Supplement): 1819.

            Reports third-year results of a Winter Bird Population Study at City Lake Natural Area, Cookeville, Putnam Co.,
        TN, during the winter of 1991
1992; data for 41 species are presented.

Stedman, S. J., and B. H. Stedman. 1993b. Mature deciduous-coniferous forest with stream.
   
     Journal of Field Ornithology 64 (Supplement): 8182.

            Reports second-year results of a Breeding Bird Census at City Lake Natural Area, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN,
        during 1992; data for 44 species are presented.

Stedman, S. J., and B. H. Stedman. 1994a. Mature deciduous-coniferous forest with stream.
        Journal of Field
Ornithology 65 (Supplement): 23.

            Reports fourth-year results of a Winter Bird Population Study at City Lake Natural Area, Cookeville, Putnam Co.,
        TN, during the winter of 1992
1993; data for 34 species are presented, including INBU (6 February 1993).

Stedman, S. J., and B. H. Stedman. 1994b. Mature deciduous-coniferous forest with stream.
        Journal of Field
Ornithology 65 (Supplement): 95.

            Includes third-year results of a Breeding Bird Census at City Lake Natural Area, Putnam Co., TN, during
        1993; data for 42 species are presented.

Stedman, S. J., and B. H. Stedman. 1995a. Mature deciduous-coniferous forest with stream.
        Journal of Field
Ornithology 66 (Supplement): 25.

            Reports fifth-year results of a Winter Bird Population Study at City Lake Natural Area, Cookeville, Putnam Co.,
        TN, during the winter of 1993
1994; data for 43 species are presented.

Stedman, S. J., and B. H. Stedman. 1995b. Mature deciduous-coniferous forest with stream.
        Journal of Field
Ornithology 66 (Supplement): 91.

            Includes fourth-year results of a Breeding Bird Census at City Lake Natural Area, Putnam Co., TN, during
        1994; data for 42 species are presented; LEBI (5 June 1994) was a visitor during the BBC.

Stedman, S. J., and B. H. Stedman. 1996. Mature Deciduous-Coniferous Forest with Stream.
        Journal of Field Ornithology 67 (Supplement): 68
69.

            Presents fifth-year results of Breeding Bird Census at City Lake Natural Area, Putnam Co., TN, during
        1995; data for 38 species are presented.

Stedman, S. J., and B. H. Stedman. 2002. Notes on the Birds of the Big South Fork National
        River and Recreation Area and Obed National Wild and Scenic River
. Privately printed,
        Cookeville, Tennessee, 146 + viii pp.

            See also Joslin 2002.

Stedman, S. J., and W. A. Walden. 2003. A Population of Brown-headed Nuthatches in Putnam
        County, Tennessee. Migrant 74 (1): 6
8.

            Provide details about the occurrence and breeding of BHNU in Putnam Co.  First discovered in 1999, this
        species was first determined to breed in 2002. Photo.

Stedman, S. J., and W. A. Walden. 2004. Late Nesting Grasshopper Sparrows in Clinton County.
        Kentucky Warbler 80 (3): 76.

            Describe pair of GRSP with food for young 16 August 2003 east of Albany.

Stedman, S. J., and C. D. Williams. 2003. Great White Heron in DeKalb and Putnam Counties,
        Tennessee. Migrant 74 (2): 29
31.

            Provide details about a sighting of this subsp. 21 September11 November 2002; 2 photos. The sighting
        took place on the Caney Fork River where DeKalb, Putnam, and Smith counties join., so this subsp. should
        also be attributed to the latter county.  See also Casteel 2003a.

Steiner, A., and F. C. de Schweinitz. 1927. Report of the journey of the Brethren Abraham Steiner
        and Frederick C. de Schweinitz to the Cherokees and the Cumberland settlements (1799).
        Pp. 443
525 in S. C. Williams, ed. Early Travels in the Tennessee Country.  Watauga Press,
        Johnson City.

            Includes mention of Carolina Parakeets' being observed in or near Putnam County 25 November 1799 by
        A. Steiner and F. C. de Schweinitz; see also McKinley 1979.

Stevenson, H. [M.]1933. Notes from Quebeck and Rock Island, Tenn. Migrant 4 (3): 39.

            Specific locations sometimes hard to place in a county.  Includes records during summer 1932 of BWTE
        (Warren Co.), PBGR, GTBH, LBHE, LEBI (Warren Co.), KIRA (Warren Co.), SOSA (Camp Hy-Lake [CHL], 3
        km south of Quebeck), SPSA (CHL), BLTE (CHL), CWWI ("abundant" at CHL), BARS (CHL), NOPA (CHL), CSWA (CHL),
        BTNW (CHL), and MOWA (CHL).

Stewart, J. R., Jr. 1971. Central Southern Region [Summer 1971]. American Birds 25 (5):
        865
869.

            Records of SNEG and RCWO (nest) in Pickett Co.

Tanner, J. T. 1988. Changing Ranges of Birds in Tennessee. Migrant 59 (3): 7387.

            Among species with expanding ranges, mentions SOSP nesting in Cumberland Co.; BAEA nest and CLSW
        nests in Jackson Co.; HOWR nesting in Pickett Co.; and SOSP nesting in Putnam Co. Among species with
        decreasing ranges, mentions BEWR and BASP in Cumberland Co.; PEFA in Fentress Co.; PEFA in Pickett
        Co.; PEFA in Scott Co.; CAPA in Smith Co. [but there is no reference to Smith Co. in the source {McKinley
        1979} that Tanner cites; Jackson Co. {or Putnam Co., since the source is ambiguous} is the county that
        Tanner should have cited]; and PEFA in Van Buren Co.

Tennessee Division of Natural Heritage. 2004. A Guide to the Rare Animals of Tennessee.
        Department of Environment and Conservation, Nashville, Tennessee. 16 + viii pp.

            Lists status of 38 species of birds in Tennessee under one of three categories: E (Endangered), T
        (Threatened), and D (Deemed in Need of Management).  The species follow: ANHI (D), AMBI (no code), LEBI
   
     (D), GREG (D), LBHE (D), SNEG (D), CAEG (no code), MIKI (D), BAEA (D), NOHA (D), SSHA (D), GOEA (T),
        PEFA (E), BLRA (no code), KIRA (D), VIRA (no code), COMO (D), LETE (E), BARN (D), NSWO (T), YBSA
        (D), OSFL (D), ALFL (no code), STFL (no code), LOSH (D), BEVI (no code), CORA (T), BCCH (D), BEWR
   
     (E), GWWA (D), CERW (D), SWWA (D), BASP (E), VESP (D), LASP (T), SASP (no code), HESP (D), RECR
   
     (no code).

Todd, H. O. 1944. Some Nesting Records from Murfreesboro. Migrant 15 (2): 2123.

            Includes nesting records of PBGR and KIRA from Morrison, Warren Co., TN (1 May 1939).

Todd, M. 2005. Report of the Tennessee Bird Records Committee. Migrant 76 (3): 9193.

            Reports positive votes on the "Great White Heron" in DeKalb, Putnam, and Smith counties during fall 2002
        and Black-necked Stilts in DeKalb County during spring 2004.

Vogt, D. F. 1989a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 1988]. Migrant 60 (1): 2731.

            Records of BAEA (1 shot and found dead late November 1988; had been banded in MI 31 May 1987) in
        Jackson Co.; SACR, CWAX nest, YRWA, and PISI in Pickett Co.; and SACR (2 very early--24 September
        1988), BRCR, WIWR, GCKI, RCKI, VEER, SWTH, and BLBW in Putnam Co.

Vogt, D. F. 1989b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 19881989]. Migrant 60 (2): 6163.

            Records of BLVU, RUGR, and SACR (6 records) in Pickett Co.; and RUGR, SACR, and PUFI in Putnam
        Co.

Vogt, D. F. 1989c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 1989]. Migrant 60 (3): 8488.

            Records of OSPR, SACR, EAWP, REVI, SWTH, HETH, NAWA, CSWA, PRAW, BLPW, BAWW, OVEN,
        CONW, MOWA, RBGR (2 records), FOSP, and DEJU in Putnam Co.

Vogt, D. F. 1989d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 1989]. Migrant 60 (4): 105106.

            Records of CACH (albinistic) in DeKalb Co.; AMRE in Jackson Co.; COHA and BAOR in Smith Co.; COHA
        (ad. carrying food) and GRSP in Warren Co.; and SSHA (agitated pair) in White Co.

Vogt, D. F. 1990a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 1989]. Migrant 61 (1): 1516.

            Records of LEFL, GCKI, VEER (2 records), GWWA, and MAWA in Putnam Co.

Vogt, D. F. 1990b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 19891990]. Migrant 61 (2): 59.

            Two records of SACR in Putnam Co.

Vogt, D. F. 1990c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 1990]. Migrant 61 (3): 7274.

            Records of TUSW, SACR, BBCU, WIWR, BTBW, BBWA, CAWA, and PISI in Putnam Co.

Vogt, D. F. 1991a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 1990]. Migrant 62 (1): 2425.

            Records of GTBH and COHA (ad. carrying food) in Clay Co.; GTBH in DeKalb Co.; COHA and GRSP  in
        Macon Co.; PISI in Putnam Co.; and GTBH and GRSP in Warren Co.

Vogt, D. F. 1991b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 1990]. Migrant 62 (2): 4950.

            Records of HOME, BAEA, SACR, and PISI in Pickett Co.; and SACR, RCKI, GWWA, and PUFI in Putnam
        Co.

Vogt, D. F. 1991c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 19901991]. Migrant 62 (3): 8284.

            Records of SACR (2 records) in Putnam Co.; and AMKE (banded 2 February 1990 in Ohio and recaptured
        23 February 1991 near Sparta) in White Co.

Walker, W. M., Jr. 1940. Some Notes on the Song Sparrow. Kentucky Warbler 16 (3): 29.

            Describes a record of SOSP made 3 June 1938 at Waterview, Cumberland Co.

Walkinshaw, L. H. 1960. Migration of the Sandhill Crane East of the Mississippi River. Wilson
        Bulletin
72 (4): 358
384.

            Cites a spring record for Cumberland Co.; hypothesizes, probably incorrectly, that the spring SACR
        migration usually consists of a 24-hour-long, overnight flight from southern Georgia to northern Indiana.

Welsh, C. J. E. 1998a. The 1997 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 69 (1): 1325.

                Includes results of 20 December 1997 Cookeville count (73 species [listed as 80 species, including count
        week, as well as count day, species]).

Welsh, C. J. E. 1998b. 1998 Spring Field Days. Migrant 69 (3): 143158.

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

Welsh, C. J. E. 1999a. The 1998 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 70 (1): 1126.

            Includes results of counts in Cookeville (19 December 1998; 80 species [incorrectly listed as 79]) and
        Warren Co. (2 January 1999; 60 species).

Welsh, C. J. E. 1999b. 1999 Spring Field Days. Migrant 70 (4): 116128.

            Includes results of 8 May 1999 Putnam County count (130 species [incorrectly listed as 128 species; the
        shorebird sp. should be peep sp.]).

Welsh, C. J. E. 2000a. The 1999 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 71 (1): 1329.

            Includes results of counts in Clay Co. (22 December 1999; 87 species), Cookeville (18 December 1999; 79
        species), and Warren Co. (18 December 1999; 63 species).

Welsh, C. J. E. 2000b. The 2000 Christmas Bird Count. Migrant 71 (4): 100116.

            Includes results of counts in Clay Co. (19 December 2000; 85 species) and Cookeville (16 December 2000;
        78 species).

Welton, M. 2003. Status and Distribution of the Golden-winged Warbler in Tennessee.  Migrant
   
     74 (3): 61
82.

            Presents results of the GWWA atlas project (20012002), citing GWWAs found at four sites in Cumberland
        Co. (6 birds), four sites in Scott Co. (17), and one site in White Co. (2).

West, Mrs. E. M. 1962. Golden-winged Warbler Building Nest at Cumberland Mt. State Park.
        Migrant 33 (2): 34.

            Nest-building noted 6 May 1962 near lodge in park; Ganier claimed it to be first nest record on Cumberland
        Plateau, but see also Mayfield 1932 for a breeding record, albeit not a "nest" record.

West, Mrs. E. M. 1973. Nesting of Tree Swallows in Cumberland County. Migrant 44 (4): 9596.

            Nest site near small farm pond 7 mi N Crossville; data on incubation and fledging provided.

West, Mrs. E. M. 1974. Spring Migration of Broad-winged Hawks in Cumberland County. Migrant
       
45 (1): 19.

            175 BWHAs noted 13 April 1972 [presumably at author's home N of Crossville].

West, Mrs. E. M. 1975. Migration of Nighthawks in Cumberland County. Migrant 46 (3): 6263.

            Data from 1972, 1973, and 1974 provided from site north of Crossville, including 2622 CONI 28 August
        1974.  See also Mayfield 1933.

Westerman, A. G. 1964. Red-cockaded Woodpeckers at Lake Cumberland. Kentucky Warbler
       
40 (2): 32.

            A puzzling report, possibly mistaken, since the note refers to a "male," despite the RCWO's known sexual
        monomorphism; made 27 July
8 August 1963, sightings of 1-3 RCWOs took place near Wolf Creek Dam,
        Russell Co., KY; also noted on Lake Cumberland during this period were GTBH, OSPR, RSHA, and WISN.

Wetmore, A. 1939. Notes on the Birds of Tennessee. Proceedings of the United States National
        Museum
 86: 175
243.

Wetmore, A. 1940. Notes on the Birds of Kentucky. Proceedings of the United States National
        Museum
88: 529
574.

            As part of U.S. National Museum fieldwork conducted in Kentucky during 1938, birds were observed (O) or
        specimens taken (T) 2
18 June by W. M. Perrygo in McCreary (StearnsS) and Wayne (CoopersvilleC,
        MonticelloM, and RockybranchR) counties.  Species included NOBO (O 13 June R), GRHE (T 8 June R; O
        16 June S), RTHA (O 10 June M), AMKE (O 11 June M), PEFA (O 14 June M [4 mi east]), MODO (T 7 June R;
        T 15 June M), YBCU (T 15 June M), BDOW (O 13 June R), CWWI (O 7 June M), RHWO (T 11 June M),
        RBWO (T 10 June M; T 14 June R), DOWO (T 7 June R; T 9 June M; T 16 June S), HAWO (T 10 June M),
        NOFL (T 13 June R), PIWO (O 7&13 June R; O 10 June M; T 8 June C), EAWP (T 3 June C; T 13 June R),
        ACFL (T 9&10 June M),  EAPH (T 10&11 June M), GCFL (T 14 June  R; T 15 June R; T 15 June M), EAKI (T 8
        June C), WEVI (T 10 June M), YTVI (T 13 June R; T 14 June M), REVI (T 3 June C; T 7 June R), BLJA (T 3
        June C), NRWS (O 9 June M; T 15 June R), BANS (O 8&13 June R), CACH (T 4 June M; T 6 June C), ETTI (T
        6 June C; T 15 June M), WBNU (T 6 June C; T 8&14 June R), CARW (T 6 June C; T 9&15 June M), BEWR (O
        9&10 June M), BGGN (T 6 June C), AMRO (T 16 June S), GRCA (T 10 June M), NOMO (T 13 June R; T 15&16
        June M), BRTH (T 14 June M), EUST (T 4 June M), YWAR (T 9 June M), BTNW (T 7 June R; O 9 June M [7mi
        east]; O 13&14 June R), PIWA (T 6 June C; O 9&10 June M), PRAW (T 15 June M; T 16 June S), CERW (T
        8 June R; T 9&10 June M), AMRE (T 9 June M), OVEN (T 6 June C; T 7 June R), LOWA (T 9 June M [7 mi
        east]), KEWA (T 9&15 June M), COYE (T 15 June M), SUTA (T 6 June C), CHSP (T 8&13 June R; T 16 June
        M), FISP (T 10, 11, & 15 June M), GRSP (O ? June M [4 mi east]; T 11 June M [4 mi east]), NOCA (T 8&14
        June R; T 9 June M), INBU (T 6 June C; T 10 June M), EAME (T 16 June M), OROR (T 16 June S [4 mi west]),
        and AMGO (T 10&15 June M).

Wheeler, B. K. 2003. Raptors of Eastern North America. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey.

            Includes information about nesting of Georgia-hacked GOEAs near Cordell Hull Reservoir, Jackson Co., Tennessee,
        during 1993, 1994, 1996, 2000, and 2001 (pp. 337, 339).

White, M. 1965. Cookeville [Spring 1965 Season Report]. Migrant 36 (4): 9495.

White, M. 1966a. Cookeville [Winter 19651966 Season Report]. Migrant 37 (1): 7.

            Records of BAEA at Dale Hollow L.; and BAOR (10 Jan15 Feb., Thelma Tinnon) and PUFI ("abundant," 144
        being banded by Ralph L. Dunckel) in Putnam Co.

White, M. 1966b. Cookeville [Spring 1966 Season Report]. Migrant 37 (2): 22.

            Records of BTBW, LASP (2 on 12 May), and WCSP (2 on 12 May).

White, M. 1966c. Cookeville [Fall 1966 Season Report]. Migrant 37 (4): 82.

            Record of early fall YBSA (9 September 1966) in Overton Co.

White, M. 1967a. Cookeville [Winter19661967 Season Report]. Migrant 38 (1): 19.

White, M. 1967b. Cookeville [Fall1967 Season Report]. Migrant 38 (4): 97.

           Record of an early fall AMCO (26 September 1967) at Willow Grove, Clay Co.

White, M. 1968. Cookeville [Winter19671968 Season Report]. Migrant 39 (1): 20.

Whitt, A. L. 1974. Current Status of the Red-cockaded Woodpecker. Kentucky Warbler 50 (4):
        51
53.

            Notes records of RCWOs 19601971 in McCreary, Pulaski, and Russell counties, with earlier records in
        those counties and  Wayne Co..

Williams, M. D. 1973a. 1973 Spring Field Days. Migrant 44 (2): 4448.

            Includes results of 20 April 1973 Cookeville count (76 species).

Williams, M. D. 1973b. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Spring 1973]. Migrant 44 (2): 5051.

            Record of RECR in Cumberland Co.

Williams, M. D. 1973c. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Summer1973]. Migrant 44 (3):  8486.

            Records of RSHA (nest), RUGR (w/y), RCWO (nest w/ y), and RECR (see also Alsop 1974) in Cumberland
        Co.

Williams, M. D. 1973d. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall1973]. Migrant 44 (4): 99101.

            Records of CAGO, OSPR, BBCU (late--20 Oct), and PHVI in Cumberland Co.

Williams, M. D. 1974a. The 1973 Christmas Bird Counts. Migrant 45 (1): 1017.

            Includes results of 28 December 1973 Cookeville count (45 species).

Williams, M. D. 1974b. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 1973-1974]. Migrant 45 (1):
        21
22.

            Includes record of PIWA (17) in Cumberland Co.

Williams, M. D. 1974c. 1974 Spring Field Days. Migrant 45 (2): 4246.

           Includes results of 27 April 1974 Putnam Co. count (73 species).

Williams, M. D. 1974d. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Summer 1974]. Migrant 45 (4):
        101
102.

            Records of BASP in Bledsoe Co. (see also Nicholson 1976); BASP in Cumberland Co. (see also Nicholson
        1976); and BHNU in Van Buren Co. (see also Haney 1981; Nicholson 1997).

Williams, M. D. 1975a. The 1974 Christmas Bird Counts. Migrant 46 (1): 614.

            Includes results of 27 December 1974 Cookeville count (47 species).

Williams, M. D. 1975b. 1975 Spring Field Days. Migrant 46 (3): 5559.

            Includes results of the 19 April 1975 Putnam Co. count (88 species).

Williams, M. D. 1975c. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Spring 1975]. Migrant 46 (3): 6667.

            Records of COHA (nest) and BOBO in Pickett Co.

Williams, M. D. 1975d. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 19741975]. Migrant 46 (3):
        71
72.

            See Migrant 47 (1): 15 for corrections to this report.

Williams, M. D. 1975e. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Summer 1975]. Migrant 46 (4): 8889.

            Record of LASP (nest-building) in Warren Co. (see also Ganier and Clebsch 1947; McNair 2000).

Williams, M. D. 1976a. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall 1975]. Migrant 47 (1): 1820.

            Records of EVGR (early29 Oct) in Cumberland Co.; DCCO and SUSC in DeKalb Co.; SSHA, BAEA, and
        SACR in Pickett Co.; SACR (early17 Oct) and SUTA (late7 Nov) in Putnam Co.; BEWR in Warren Co.; and
        PHVI and PUFI (early20 Sep [?]) in White Co.

Williams, M. D. 1976b. The 1975 Christmas Bird Counts. Migrant 47 (2): 3443.

            Includes results of the 19 December 1975 Cookeville count (43 species).

Williams, M. D. 1976c. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Winter 19751976]. Migrant 47 (2):
        45
46.

            Records of SACR in Putnam Co.; and ATSP in Smith Co.

Williams, M. D. 1976d. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Spring 1976]. Migrant 47 (3): 7677.

            Records of COMO in Putnam Co.; and EVGR (late19 May) in Warren Co.

Williams, M. D. 1976e. The 1976 Spring Field Days. Migrant 47 (4): 8994.

            Includes results of 24 April 1976 Cookeville count (98 species).

Williams, M. D. 1976f. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Summer 1976]. Migrant 47 (4):
        99
100.

            Records of BTBW (late30 May) in DeKalb Co.; SSHA in Macon Co.; HOWR and SOSP in Pickett Co.;
        and SOSP in Warren Co.

Williams, M. D. 1977. Central Plateau and Basin Region [Fall 1976]. Migrant 48 (1): 1820.

            Records of BTBW (2) in DeKalb Co.; BAEA at Dale Hollow Lake; LEBI in Putnam Co.; and AMBI in White
        Co.

Wilson, G. 1942. Breeding Birds of KentuckyA Composite List. Kentucky Warbler 18 (2):
        17
25.

            Includes a list of 93 species for Glasgow and Barren Co. by Mr. and Mrs. F. Everett Frei and H. Cal Rogers.

Wilson, G. 1944. A New Bird for Glasgow [Orange-crowned Warbler]. Kentucky Warbler 20 (4):
        55.

            OCWA noted 29 April 1944 near intersection of East Main St. and Franklin St.

Wilson, G. 1945. Some 1944 Records. Kentucky Warbler 21 (1): 16.

            Includes mention of  HOWR in Barren Co.; SOSP in Cumberland Co., KY; and BAOR in Metcalfe Co.;

Wilson, G. 1946. Migration Bird Count Spring of 1946. Kentucky Warbler 22 (3): 3440.

            Includes lists for count in Pulaski Co. (5 May 1946; 77 species) and Russell Co. (3 May 1946; 84 species);
        each count included BEWR and BASP.

Wilson, G. 1948. K. O. S. Field Trips at Glasgow. Kentucky Warbler 24 (4): 5758.

            Lists 64 species noted during the week-end of 89 October 1948.

Wilson, G. 1962. Birds of South-Central Kentucky. Kentucky Warbler 38 (1): 324.

            Focused mainly on Warren Co., KY, this study includes specific reference to the following species in
        Barren Co., KY: CAGO, WODU (nest), MALL (nest), HOME, COLO, HOGR, AMBI, GRHE (nest), RSHA,
        RLHA, SACR, AMWO (young), SNOW, SEOW, CWWI, WPWI (nests), PIWO,
BEVI, HOLA (nests), BANS,
        HOWR, WIWR, BRTH, CERW (common), SCTA, BLGR, and SOSP (nests).  This species list for three
        south-central Kentucky counties
Barren, Edmonson, and Warrenis one of very few Kentucky or Tennessee
        efforts to view an avifauna from a perspective larger than a county but smaller than an entire state; it deserves
        much praise for taking this perspective.

Wilson, G. 1969. Additions to "Birds of South-Central Kentucky." Kentucky Warbler 45 (2): 3239.

            Includes records in Barren Co., KY, for the following species: BAEA, OSPR, PEFA, SORA, AMGP,
        YBCU (late
26 Oct), CWWI (late17 Aug), PUMA, BRTH, SWTH (late27 Oct), AMPI (2 records), EVGR, HESP,
        WTSP (early
10 Sep), SOSP, LALO (2 records). The VIRA record derives from Metcalfe Co. (Starr 1967).

Wiswall, H. 1946. Wild Turkeys on the Cumberland Plateau. Migrant 17 (4): 68.

            Notes finding 5 nests of WITU in Van Buren Co. a few miles south of Spencer and just west of Fall Creek
        Falls S. P. during early summer 1906; more WITU found during visit to same area in 1930.

Witt, T. J. 1993a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 1993]. Migrant 64 (3): 6567.

            Records of YCNH (2 records), AMWI (late8 May), RUDU, BAEA, SSHA (3 records), COHA, RSHA nests
        (2 records), MERL, RUGR, SACR (many records), HOLA, TRSW, CLSW, BTNW, PIWA, CERW, RBGR,
        DICK, FOSP (late
8 May), BOBO, OROR, PUFI, and PISI in Putnam Co.; OSPR, COHA, UPSA, BARN,
        WPWI (29 May), NOPA, YTWA, WPWA, GRSP, RUBL, and BAOR in Warren Co.

Witt, T. J. 1993b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 1993]. Migrant 64 (4): 8587.

            Records of AMWO in Clay Co.; GOEA (nest) in Jackson Co.; HOME, BWWA, CERW, BAOR in Putnam
        Co.; and BARN, BLGR, and OROR in Warren Co.

Witt, T. J. 1994a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 1993]. Migrant 65 (1): 2324.

            Records of EVGR (30) in Clay Co.; CAWA in DeKalb Co.; DCCO and PRAW in Jackson Co.; BARN (y) in
        Overton Co.; SNEG, LBHE, YCNH, REDH, BWHA (200 migrants), PISI, and EVGR in Putnam Co.; and SACR
        (2 records), BARN, CONI, and GCFL (late
26 Oct) in Warren Co.

Witt, T. J. 1994b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 19931994]. Migrant 65 (2): 4142.

            Records of GOEA in Jackson Co.; SACR, RBNU, and PUFI in Putnam Co.; and BARN in Warren Co.

Witt, T. J. 1994c. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Spring 1994]. Migrant 65 (3): 5253.

            Records of GRSP and SOSP in Clay Co.; SOSP in DeKalb Co.; HOGR and CLSW in DeKalb Co.; BEWR,
        GRSP, SOSP, and DICK in Macon Co.; DCCO, RUGR, SACR (several records), HOME, WESA, WRSA,
        AMWO (nest), BBCU, OSFL, BHVI, WAVI, REVI, TRSW (nests), WTSP, and INBU in Putnam Co.; OSPR in
        Smith Co.; and BARN, BHVI, and VESP in Warren Co.

Witt, T. J. 1994d. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Summer 1994]. Migrant 65 (4): 6364.

            Records of COHA in Jackson Co.; LEBI, YCNH, HOME, LESA, TRSW, and WTSP in Putnam Co.; GREG
        in White Co.

Witt, T. J. 1995a. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Fall 1994]. Migrant 66 (1): 2223.

            Records of COLO, HOGR, OSPR (late19 Nov), BAEA, COHA, SPSA, and REPH  in DeKalb Co.;
        MERL in Jackson Co.; GREG, YCNH, SNGO, SACR (2 records), SESA, WESA, BLTE, SEWR, BWWA,
        CMWA, BTNW, and WIWA in Putnam Co.; and YCNH, SACR, AMAV, GRYE, and HESP in Warren Co.

Witt, T. J. 1995b. Highland Rim and Basin Region [Winter 19941995]. Migrant 66 (2): 4142.

            Records of YBLO (see also Knight 1996c; Stedman 1999) and HOGR in Clay Co.; HOGR in DeKalb Co.;
        SACR and HOWR in Putnam Co.; HOLA, HOWR, BRTH, WPWA, VESP, and SASP in Warren Co.; and
        WPWA in White Co.

Yandell, B. 2008. 12th Report of the Kentucky Bird Records Committee. Kentucky Warbler 84 (3):
        73
77.

            Includes approved records of CCSP in Barren Co.; PABU in Cumberland Co.; and BRAN and RNGR in Pulaski Co.

Yandell, B. 2009. 13th Report of the Kentucky Bird Records Committee. Kentucky Warbler 85 (4): 99103.

            A report of a Kirtland's Warbler in Russell County 21 September 2003 was not accepted by the committee.

Yunker, E. 1938. Notes from Pickett State Forest. Kentucky Warbler 14 (4): 4445.

            Mentions general results of 1420 June 1937 foray in Picket State Forest by TOS/KOS members; mentions
        brood of four young HOLA in Clinton Co. See also Ganier 1937.

Ziolkowski, D. J., Jr., K. L. Pardieck, and J. R. Sauer. 2010. The 20032008 Summary of the North American
    Breeding Bird Survey. Bird Populations 10: 90109.

            Summarizes results for six years when many more bird populations in North America displayed increasing trends than
        decreasing trends.

 

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