|Common Loon||Box Elder Co.|
|Horned Grebe||Davis Co.|
|American White Pelican||Washington Co.|
|Great Egret||Box Elder Co.|
|Trumpeter Swan||Cache Co.|
|Greater White-fronted Goose||Washington Co.|
|Snow Goose||Washington Co.|
|Semipalmated Plover||Box Elder Co.|
|Marbled Godwit||Box Elder Co.|
|Bonaparte's Gull||Box Elder Co.|
|MEW GULL||Utah Co.|
|Common Tern||Box Elder Co.|
|Dusky Flycatcher||Box Elder Co.|
Compiler: Mark Stackhouse
Transcriber: Mark Stackhouse
On the mudflats west and north of Willard Bay, several SEMIPALMATED PLOVERS, several COMMON TERNS, and large flocks of both MARBLED GODWITS and BONAPARTE'S GULLS were seen on Sunday, 10/24 (MS,DW). These mudflats can be reached by taking the dirt road north from the entrance to Harold Crane WMA.
On Willard Bay, 2 COMMON LOONS were seen on Sunday, 10/24 (MS,DW). On the same day, about 50 BONAPARTE'S GULLS were seen flying over the bay (DG,JVM).
A GREAT EGRET was seen along Forest St. (the road to Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge (BRMBR)), just west of I-15, on Sunday, 10/24. Large flocks of MARBLED GODWITS were seen the same day at BRMBR (DG,JVM).
This concludes the Utah Bird Report for Monday, October 25, 1999.
Observers: BA=Bob Atwood, HC=Harold Clayson, DG=Dana Green, JK=Josh Kreitzer, MS=Mark Stackhouse, JVM=Julie VanMoorhem, DW=David Wheeler
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