Tennessee Birding with Warblers and More
Brief Overview of the Trip
Day 1:  Arrival in Knoxville before 2 PM.  Late afternoon
birding at local parks.
Day 2:  Morning birding along Sharps Ridge (especially
good for migrating warblers), afternoon birding at
Seven
Islands State Birding Park.
Day 3:  Cove Lake State Park and Cross Mountain for
breeding songbirds.
Day 4:  Cherohala Skyway:  This route offers excellent
opportunities to see many of the higher elevation breeding
species in the area.
Day 5:  Birding in the Great Smoky Mountains National
Park,
including Cades Cove, Sugarlands area and
Clingmans Dome.
Day 6:  Morning birding south of Knoxville, then departures
for home beginning in the afternoon.
Brief Itinerary
Trip Description
Birding in Tennessee
in the USA
THIRTY+ species of warblers!!

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.
Bay-breasted Warbler
photo by Bill Schmoker
Blackburnian Warbler
photo by Bill Schmoker
Blue Grosbeak
photo by Bill Schmoker
Black-throated Green Warbler
photo by Bill Schmoker
Photo by Bill Schmoker
For more information or to sign up for one of our trips, call Charles at
888-203-7464 or Charles directly at 720-320-1974 or by email at
info@PIBird.com.
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