Tennessee Birding with Warblers and More

Western US birders should find this trip very appealing. Two dozen species of warblers nest in this area of the country, and another ten or so will be migrating through the area at this time of year, so a few days of birding in east Tennessee in late April could provide you with looks at over wo species of warblers.

 

Other highlights of this trip include Ruffed Grouse, Chuck-will's-widow, Acadian Flycatcher, Blue-headed

Vireo,Carolina Chickadee, Brown-headed Nuthatch, Winter Wren, Wood Thrush, Grasshopper Sparrow and Scarlet Tanager. Stops include a number of key birding hot spots including Sharps Ridge, Cove Lake State Park, Cross Mountain, Kyker Bottoms, Seven Islands Wildlife Refuge, Chota Waterfowl Refuge and Cherohala Skyway. Then we spend some time at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This trip offers a lot for bird watchers and wildflower/nature enthusiasts. Expect pleasant spring birding in Tennessee.

More details about this Trip:

Contact in the USA: Charles:

Forms and payments should be mailed to:

Charles Thornton-Kolbe (in Denver, Colorado)

Toll Free: (from USA or Canada): 

888-203-7464

Telephone: 720-320-1974

Email: charles@pibird.com

Address:

2443 South University

Suit 199

Denver, CO 80210

 

Partnership For International Birding

Address:

PO Box 219

Olyphant, PA 18447

Contact in the UK: Jennifer De Souza:

Jennifer De Souza (in Suffolk, England) 

Telephone: +44 755 214 2976

Address:

The Roost, Leiston Road

Middleton

Saxmundham

Suffolk

IP17 3NS

UK