|Short-eared Owl||Salt Lake Co.|
|Black Swift||Utah Co.|
|VAUX'S SWIFT||Utah Co.|
|Williamson's Sapsucker||Utah Co.|
|Three-toed Woodpecker||Duchesne Co.|
|WHITE-EYED VIREO||Juab Co.|
|White-breasted Nuthatch||Ducesne Co.|
|Black Rosy-Finch||Duchesne Co.|
|Pine Grosbeak||Duchesne Co.|
|Evening Grosbeak||Salt Lake Co.|
Compiler: Mark Stackhouse
Transcriber: Mark Stackhouse
A female BLACK ROSY-FINCH was seen at the south end of the eastern face of Bald Mountain on the morning of Sunday, 07/19 (AG,SH,D&MS,YS).
A WHITE-BREASTED NUTHATCH was working the trees in the same area.
Several PINE GROSBEAKS were working the area around Mirror Lake on Sunday, 07/19 AG,SH,D&MS,YS).
A male EVENING GROSBEAK was observed feeding a juvenile along
the boardwalk at Silver Lake in Big Cottonwood Canyon on Sunday, 07/19
The pair of WILLIAMSON'S SAPSUCKERS which was seen along the Squaw Peak Road last Tuesday, was seen for the next few days, with the last reports from Thursday, 07/16 (MW). They may still be in the area, though some groups of birders have failed to see them since then. The birds were seen at mile 13.1, in the tall aspens which are in the middle of the horseshoe bend in the road at that point. A high-clearance vehicle is required on the upper reaches of the Squaw Peak Road.
The BLACK SWIFTS at Bridal Veil Falls were seen again on Sunday, 07/12 (DG,JVM).
Observers: AB=Ann Braun; AG=Alan Godwin; DG=Dana Green; SH=Stan Heath; KJ=Kevin Johnson; TJ=Tony Jones; D&MS=Dee & Mark Stackhouse; YS=Yvonne Stroup; JVM=Julie VanMoorhem; MW=Merrill Webb
Please report your sightings by calling the Utah Birdline at: (801) 538-4730 or by e-mail to [email protected]
You may e-mail questions and comments to [email protected] or you may call (801) 487-9453.