|Horned Grebe||Davis Co.|
|Wood Duck||Box Elder Co.|
|Merlin||Box Elder Co.|
|Western Sandpiper||Davis Co.|
|Pectoral Sandpiper||Box Elder Co.|
|Dunlin||Box Elder Co.|
|Wilson's Phalarope||Davis Co.|
|PARASITIC JAEGER||Davis Co.|
|Bonaparte's Gull||Box Elder Co.|
|Common Tern||Box Elder Co.|
|YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER||Box Elder Co.|
|Three-toed Woodpecker||Utah Co.|
|Townsend's Warbler||Box Elder Co.|
|Sage Sparrow||Davis Co.|
Compiler: Mark Stackhouse
Transcriber: Mark Stackhouse
On Sunday, 10/17, a PECTORAL SANDPIPER and two DUNLIN were seen at Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge (CN, m.obs.).
At Willard Bay SP, two WOOD DUCKS and a TOWNSEND'S WARBLER were seen on Sunday, 10/10 (J&KB). The Wood Ducks were in the wooded pond south of the campground, and the warbler was in the campground.
Another TOWNSEND'S WARBLER and a MERLIN were seen on Promontory Point on Thursday, 10/14 (TB).
Many BONAPARTE'S GULLS and at least three COMMON TERNS were seen on Sunday, 10/10, just north of the entrance to Harold Crane WMA, along the dirt road which goes around the west side of Willard Bay (MS).
Many observers have reported numerous HORNED GREBES and WESTERN SANDPIPERS at Farmington Bay WMA over the past week. A late WILSON'S PAHALAROPE was also seen there on Monday, 10/18 (MS).
A SAGE SPARROW was seen at Antelope Island on Monday, 10/11 (DJ). The bird was along the dirt road which parallels the shore of White Rock Bay.
This concludes the Utah Bird Report for Monday, October 18, 1999.
Observers: J&KB=Joel & Kathy Beyer, TB=Todd Black, DJ=David Jensen, CN=Colby Neuman, DS=Dennis Shirley, MS=Mark Stackhouse, DW=David Wheeler, LW=Larene Wyss
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.