|Common Loon||Wasatch Co.|
|Horned Grebe||Millard Co.|
|Great Egret||Salt Lake Co.|
|Snow Goose||Juab Co., Wasatch Co.|
|Ross's Goose||Juab Co.|
|Tundra Swan||Davis Co.|
|"Bewick's" Swan||Box Elder Co.|
|Wood Duck||Utah Co., Weber Co.|
|AMERICAN BLACK DUCK||Utah Co.|
|Blue-winged Teal||Utah Co.|
|Greater Scaup||Davis Co.|
|Red-breasted Merganser||Davis Co., Utah Co., Wasatch Co.|
|American Coot (leucistic)||Box Elder Co.|
|Sandhill Crane||Wasatch Co.|
|Marbled Godwit||Box Elder Co.|
|Least Sandpiper||Box Elder Co.|
|dowitcher sp.||Salt Lake Co.|
|Franklin's Gull||Salt Lake Co.|
|Caspian Tern||Davis Co., Salt Lake Co.|
|Hermit Thrush||Salt Lake Co.|
|Sage Thrasher||Utah Co.|
|SPRAGUE'S PIPIT||Salt Lake Co.|
|WHITE-THROATED SPARROW||Salt Lake Co.|
|Great-tailed Grackle||Salt Lake Co.|
Compiler: Mark Stackhouse
Transcriber: Mark Stackhouse
Another bird which startled a few birders at BRMBR was a nearly pure-white AMERICAN COOT, which was seen near the southeast corner of the auto-tour loop on Sunday, 04/02 (BP,CR). The only black observed on the bird was a bar on the wing.
Also at FBWMA, 6 GREATER SCAUP were seen on the pond on the west side of the entrance road on Friday, 03/31 (JM).
The WHITE-THROATED SPARROW, which has been seen along the JRP just north of the power sub-station at about 3100 South, was seen again on Sunday, 04/09 (DG).
Other birds seen near 3300 south along the JRP on Sunday, 04/09, included several FRANKLIN'S GULLS, a HERMIT THRUSH, and a GREAT-TAILED GRACKLE. On the same day at nearby Decker Lake, 2 CASPIAN TERNS and 6 dowitchers (species undetermined) were seen. On Saturday, 04/08, a GREAT EGRET was seen flying over the JRP at about 3900 South (JH).
At the oxbow pond along the Provo River Parkway, about 1/2 mile east of the entrance to Utah Lake SP, a pair of WOOD DUCKS was seen on Monday, 04/10 (DG,KS).
A RED-BREASTED MERGANSER and a SAGE THRASHER were seen at the Provo Airport on Wednesday, 04/05 (CP).
A BLUE-WINGED TEAL was seen at the north end of 4000 West in Lakeshore on Sunday, 04/02 (KL,JVM).
On Saturday, 04/01, 5 COMMON LOONS were seen near the marina at Jordanelle Reservoir, and 11 SANDHILL CRANES were seen at the end of Deer Creek Reservoir (HG,GG).
This concludes the Utah Bird Report for Tuesday, April 11, 2000.
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Observers: DA=David Allan, EC=Edward Conrad, JH=Jack Holley, HG=Hugh Gillilan, DG=Dana Green, GG=Gary Grubb, CG=Carol Gwynn, KL=Kent Lewis, JM=Janet Maxfield, CP=Cheryl Peterson, BP=Bill Pollack, CR=Cal Robbins, DS=Dennis Shirley, KS=Kay Stone, YS=Yvonne Stroup, JVM=Julie Van Moorhem, MW=Merrill Webb, C&LW=Cliff & Lisa Weisse, BW=Bonnie Williams
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BRMBR = Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge
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WMA = Waterfowl Management Area
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