|Sabine's Gull||Garfield Co.|
|Lewis' Woodpecker||Salt Lake Co.|
|RED-BREASTED SAPSUCKER||Beaver Co.|
|LEAST FLYCATCHER||Washington Co.|
|PROTHONOTARY WARBLER||Washington Co.|
|Indigo Bunting||Washington Co.|
Compiler: Kathy Beyer
Transcriber: Kathy Beyer
A RED-BREASTED SAPSUCKER in adult plumage was seen at Minersville Reservoir on Wednesday, 9/27. The bird was in the narrow-leaf cottonwood trees north of the campground along with several Red-naped Sapsuckers (BW).
An immature SABINE'S GULL has been sighted at Panquitch Lake recently. The first report of the bird at this location was on 9/16. Additional sightings at Panguitch Lake have occurred on 9/27 and 9/28 (RD, BW).
SALT LAKE COUNTY
The LEWIS' WOODPECKERS that were reported a couple weeks ago at Dimple Dell in Sandy were still there as of Saturday, 9/30. They have been seen at the Southeast Trailhead on the telephone poles, and in the trees at the Pumphouse Trailhead (JC, TH).
A PROTHONOTARY WARBLER, a LEAST FLYCATCHER, and an INDIGO BUNTING were all seen at Lytle Ranch Preserve on Sunday, 9/24.
Observers: JC=Jack Clark, RD=Rob Dobbs, TH=Taz Harrington, BW=Barbara Watkins.
This concludes the Utah Bird Report for Wednesday, 4 October, 2000.
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