Did you know there are 256 species of birds that inhabit Utah? That is a lot of birds – to many to introduce in one blog-post.
Wouldn’t it be fun to create a list of birds and take the challenge to check them all off your list? I wonder how long that would take!!
Utah Bird Records Committee (UBRC) lists rare bird sightings in Utah. One of the rare birds that were sighted was called a :
The black scoter or American scoter is a large sea duck, 43 to 49 cm in length. Together with the common scoter M. nigra, it forms the subgenus Oidemia; the two are sometimes considered conspecific.
Scientific name: Melanitta americana
So when coming to Utah be sure and bring your binoculars you’ll want to try bird watching it is a lot of fun.
Thank you very much for an enjoyable stay. The condo and hot tub worked very well. The location is very convenient to both The Canyons and grocery stores. Thank again for another great stay at WFSA!- Earl & Claire Winn - Minneapolis