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Welcome to the Nashville, TN Ornithological Society (NTOS) website.  Use the menu on the left to learn more about the organization, meetings, field trips and selected areas to bird in the Nashville area.  Also, there is a link to the NTOS Field Trip Blog where you can view the list of birds seen on our field trips.  The results of the Spring, Fall and Christmas Bird Counts are also listed. 

NTOS Announcements and News

  • NTOS Fall Count (September 29th) The fall count will be Sept. 29 this year. This will be a great chance to enjoy some cooler fall birding, so we hope you'll sign up! We need as much participation as possible - both advanced and new birders are welcome. You can contact me, Barbara Harris (harrbarbara@bellsouth.net) and I can get you in touch with the area leader for your preferred birding spot. Or if you don't know where you'd like to bird, I can make suggestions. Let's go out and see some great fall migrants!
    Posted Sep 23, 2018, 9:40 PM by Rick Blanton
  • Spring TOS Meeting: Chattanooga (April 20-22) The Spring TOS meeting in Chattanooga is approaching as it is the weekend of April 20th-22nd.  For details on field trips and to make your intentions to attend known, please visit:  www.tnbirds.org.  Hope to see you there!
    Posted Apr 8, 2018, 9:58 PM by Rick Blanton
  • NTOS Spring Count The Nashville TOS Spring Count is May 5th this year.  The migrants will be present at your favorite birding spots and we need your help counting them.  Any level of birding expertise is useful, so beginning birders are welcome too.  You can contact me, Barbara Harris (harrbarbara@bellsouth.net) and I’ll give you the contact information of the area you want to count in.  Or if you don’t know where you’d like to count, I can make suggestions.  Spring count is a great way to reacquaint yourself with our transient and summering species, so don’t miss it!
    Posted Apr 8, 2018, 9:56 PM by Rick Blanton
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