Field Trips

Saturday, March 22, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Rose Canyon/Oquirrh Mtns
  
Leader: Ed Leite

This canyon is in the SW corner of the SL Valley and is an area that we don't often get to. Ed has a sharp eye and a keen ear so come and learn from him. If we are lucky we may see Juniper Titmouse, Chukar, Wild turkey, Golden Eagle and Golden-crowned Kinglet plus others.

Meet by 8AM i n SE corner of ShopKo parking lot in Sugarhouse OR by 8:30AM in the REI parking lot at 106th South just off I-15.

Call Ed for more information at 560-8197.




Bird Sightings

2008 03/22 Yellowfork Canyon (19 species)

Ed Leite

Yellowfork Canyon, Oquirrh Mountains


Mallard, Wild Turkey, Red-tailed Hawk, Western Scrub-Jay, Black-billed Magpie, Common Raven, Black-capped Chickadee, Juniper Titmouse, Bushtit, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Mountain Bluebird, American Robin, European Starling, Spotted Towhee, Song Sparrow, Dark-eyed Junco, House Finch, Pine Siskin, American Goldfinch,

Mallard
Wild Turkey
Red-tailed Hawk
Western Scrub-Jay
Black-billed Magpie
Common Raven
Black-capped Chickadee
Juniper Titmouse
Bushtit
Ruby-crowned Kinglet
Mountain Bluebird
American Robin
European Starling
Spotted Towhee
Song Sparrow
Dark-eyed Junco





Field trips have to be planned well in advance.
Occasionally we have to cancel a trip, or location or times change.
Therefore it is important to confirm details with the leader.


Beginners and guests are always welcome on Audubon field trips.

For more information
contact Deedee O'Brien at d-dobrien@comcast.net
or Sylvia Gray at pdggray@xmission.com


We encourage carpooling on our field trips. Contributions towards gas money would be appreciated. For local trips, under 40 miles round trip, we suggest $3 per person and for round trips over 40 miles we suggest $5 per person.



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