Sunday, June 10, 2012

6 June 2012

I just arrived at the next study site along the Ham Fork in the Bridger National Forest. This site is just north of Kemmerer, Wyoming. I was able to take some video of Western Grebes in the Lake Niva Reservoir while driving to the study site. This species was once merged together with Clark’s Grebe but have since been separated based on morphological, behavioral and DNA evidence.

I also managed to take video of White-Crowned Sparrows and some strictly western species: Lewis’ Woodpecker and Mountain Bluebird.

Camp site along the Ham Fork

Western Grebe video

Lewis’ Woodpecker video

Mountain Bluebird video

White-crowned Sparrow video


Wyoming: Lincoln Co., Ham Fork, Kemmerer, Wyoming.

Canada Goose


Ring-necked Duck

Western Grebe

Sandhill Crane


Spotted Sandpiper

California Gull

Mourning Dove

Broad-tailed Hummingbird

Belted Kingfisher

Lewis’ Woodpecker

Red-naped Sapsucker

Hairy Woodpecker

Northern Flicker

American Crow

Northern Raven

Cliff Swallow

House Wren

Mountain Bluebird

American Robin

Yellow Warbler

Vesper Sparrow

Fox Sparrow

White-crowned Sparrow

Black-headed Grosbeak

Western Meadowlark

Brewer’s Blackbird

House Sparrow

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