Date: 9/3/17 10:27 am
From: william haddad (via carolinabirds Mailing List) <carolinabirds...>
Subject: Nashville Warbler and other Migrants at Hefner Gap this morning
Many birds from 7:30 to 9a.m. staging in the Sumac and then crossing to the trees on the upper side of the BRP. Saw the Nashville – first of Fall- soon after I arrived. Warblers seen: Nashville (1); Black-throated
Blue (12): Black-throated Green (7); Parula (7); Black and White (1); Hooded (1); Worm-eating (1): American Redstart (1); and Tennessee (4 – FOF). Mark Thomas, who arrived after I did saw many of these birds and also saw a Canada. Other birds of note – Indigo Bunting, Waxwings, Wood Peewee and Red-eyed Vireo.

Mark was out there in the bad weather yesterday and met a group pf birders from Burnsville. He told me there were many birds present yesterday but with the fog hard to ID.

Bill Haddad
Spruce Pine, N.C
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