|Great Egret||Box Elder Co.|
|Green Heron||Washington Co.|
|WHITE-WINGED SCOTER||Davis Co.|
|Osprey||Box Elder Co.|
|Peregrine Falcon||Box Elder Co.|
|Common Moorhen||Utah Co.|
|Black Tern||Box Elder Co.|
|Rufous Hummingbird||Box Elder Co., Washington Co.|
|Cordilleran Flycatcher||Washington Co.|
|Vermilion Flycatcher||Washington Co.|
|White-breasted Nuthatch||Washington Co.|
|Brown Creeper||Washington Co.|
|Hermit Thrush||Washington Co.|
|NASHVILLE WARBLER||Washington Co.|
|Virginia's Warbler||Washington Co.|
|Black-throated Gray Warbler||Washington Co.|
|Townsend's Warbler||Washington Co.|
|HERMIT WARBLER||Washington Co.|
|Grace's Warbler||Washington Co.|
Compiler: Mark Stackhouse
Transcriber: Mark Stackhouse
On Sunday, 09/13, a PEREGRINE FALCON and many BLACK TERNS were observed at BRMBR (J&KB).
At Willard Bay SP on Sunday, 09/13, two OSPREY were seen. These are probably the same birds which apparently nested there this summer. A RUFOUS HUMMINGBIRD was also seen in the campground on that day (J&KB).
NASHVILLE WARBLERS were seen in two locations on Saturday, 09/12. One was seen in Mathis Park, along the Santa Clara River in Green Valley. The other was seen at Grapevine Pass Wash, just east of the town of Washington (JK).
A male VERMILION FLYCATCHER was seen at the Red Hills Golf Course in St. George on Saturday, 09/12 (JK).
Six GREEN HERONS were seen at six different locations, stretching from the Santa Clara River in Mathis Park to the Virgin River, just south of the town of Washington on Saturday, 09/12 (JK).
This concludes the Utah Bird Report for Monday, September 14, 1998.
Observers: J&KB=Joel & Kathy Beyer; KJ=Kevin Johnson; JK=Josh Kreitzer; CP=Cheryl Peterson; C&MS=Carolyn & Mort Somer
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