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12/2/19 5:43 am Janice Vander Molen <janicevandermolen...> Re: [Birdtalk] sandhills
12/1/19 8:22 am Kenny Frisch <kenneth.frisch...> Re: [Birdtalk] sandhills
11/30/19 3:17 pm 'Julia Curtis' via UtahBirdTalk <utahbirdtalk...> Re: [Birdtalk] sandhills
11/30/19 2:50 pm Alona Huffaker <jlhjah...> Re: [Birdtalk] sandhills
11/30/19 2:49 pm David <ddmccoy...> [Birdtalk] sandhills
11/24/19 4:50 pm Lynn Barlow <barlow35...> Re: [Birdtalk] Digest for - 1 update in 1 topic
11/23/19 2:30 pm Keeli Marvel <keeli.marvel...> [Birdtalk] Turkey trot almost done!
11/23/19 10:20 am Keeli Marvel <keeli.marvel...> [Birdtalk] Turkey trot second update
11/23/19 8:59 am Keeli Marvel <keeli.marvel...> [Birdtalk] Turkey Trot Update
11/19/19 1:54 pm Keeli Marvel <keeli.marvel...> [Birdtalk] Fwd: Provo River Delta Newsletter, Autumn 2019
11/14/19 4:50 am Utah Birds <utahbirds...> [Birdtalk] Christmas Bird Count
11/13/19 7:16 pm Tim Gorman <wyogoob...> [Birdtalk] Evanston WY/UT Christmas Bird Count
11/11/19 12:17 pm Stephen T Carlile <CARLILEST...> [Birdtalk] White-winged Scoters at Little Dell Reservoir
 
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Date: 12/2/19 5:43 am
From: Janice Vander Molen <janicevandermolen...>
Subject: Re: [Birdtalk] sandhills
I guess we need to buy a shovel!
*Janice* Vander Molen
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On Sun, Dec 1, 2019 at 9:22 AM Kenny Frisch <kenneth.frisch...>
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> Hey,
>
> I think I had the same flock around 3pm up at the U while I was shoveling
> snow too. The flock was south of Red Butte and was initially circling
> before flying to the south in a V. I counted 54 birds since I luckily had
> my binos on me at the time. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it home in time
> to add them to my yard list.
>
> Congrats on the yard lifer!
>
> -Kenny Frisch
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> On Nov 30, 2019, at 3:49 PM, David <ddmccoy...> wrote:
>
> 
>
> Greetings Folk,
>
>
>
> I was out shoveling snow at 3:13 PM this afternoon here in Olympus Cove
> when I heard the distinctive call/bugling of sandhill cranes. I dropped
> the shovel and moved out in the open in time to look up and see a giant V
> directly over the house headed south. A careful approximate count of 45…no
> binoculars at hand.
>
>
>
> Quite a nice new yardbird I would say!
>
>
>
> David
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Date: 12/1/19 8:22 am
From: Kenny Frisch <kenneth.frisch...>
Subject: Re: [Birdtalk] sandhills
Hey,

I think I had the same flock around 3pm up at the U while I was shoveling snow too. The flock was south of Red Butte and was initially circling before flying to the south in a V. I counted 54 birds since I luckily had my binos on me at the time. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it home in time to add them to my yard list.

Congrats on the yard lifer!

-Kenny Frisch

Sent from my iPhone

> On Nov 30, 2019, at 3:49 PM, David <ddmccoy...> wrote:
>
> 
> Greetings Folk,
>
> I was out shoveling snow at 3:13 PM this afternoon here in Olympus Cove when I heard the distinctive call/bugling of sandhill cranes. I dropped the shovel and moved out in the open in time to look up and see a giant V directly over the house headed south. A careful approximate count of 45…no binoculars at hand.
>
> Quite a nice new yardbird I would say!
>
> David
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Date: 11/30/19 3:17 pm
From: 'Julia Curtis' via UtahBirdTalk <utahbirdtalk...>
Subject: Re: [Birdtalk] sandhills
Very cool!

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> On Nov 30, 2019, at 15:49, David <ddmccoy...> wrote:
>
> 
> Greetings Folk,
>
> I was out shoveling snow at 3:13 PM this afternoon here in Olympus Cove when I heard the distinctive call/bugling of sandhill cranes. I dropped the shovel and moved out in the open in time to look up and see a giant V directly over the house headed south. A careful approximate count of 45…no binoculars at hand.
>
> Quite a nice new yardbird I would say!
>
> David
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Date: 11/30/19 2:50 pm
From: Alona Huffaker <jlhjah...>
Subject: Re: [Birdtalk] sandhills
Very nice! Love getting rewarded for doing my yard work!

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Subject: [Birdtalk] sandhills


Greetings Folk,



I was out shoveling snow at 3:13 PM this afternoon here in Olympus Cove when I heard the distinctive call/bugling of sandhill cranes. I dropped the shovel and moved out in the open in time to look up and see a giant V directly over the house headed south. A careful approximate count of 45…no binoculars at hand.



Quite a nice new yardbird I would say!



David

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Date: 11/30/19 2:49 pm
From: David <ddmccoy...>
Subject: [Birdtalk] sandhills
Greetings Folk,



I was out shoveling snow at 3:13 PM this afternoon here in Olympus Cove when
I heard the distinctive call/bugling of sandhill cranes. I dropped the
shovel and moved out in the open in time to look up and see a giant V
directly over the house headed south. A careful approximate count of 45.no
binoculars at hand.



Quite a nice new yardbird I would say!



David

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Date: 11/24/19 4:50 pm
From: Lynn Barlow <barlow35...>
Subject: Re: [Birdtalk] Digest for - 1 update in 1 topic
Did anyone count those in the South Fork Canyon off of Provo Canyon?

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* Turkey trot almost done! - 1 Update

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Keeli Marvel <keeli.marvel...>: Nov 23 03:30PM -0700

From Suzi: Were almost done!

7 were found this morning in Elk Ridge but not by us they were found by my aunt but we are counting them. Payson canyon we hit the jack pot with 3 flocks close together totaling 103! Our running total is 269 and we are trotting to our last stop in Santaquin canyon!
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Date: 11/23/19 2:30 pm
From: Keeli Marvel <keeli.marvel...>
Subject: [Birdtalk] Turkey trot almost done!
From Suzi: Were almost done!

7 were found this morning in Elk Ridge but not by us they were found by my aunt but we are counting them. Payson canyon we hit the jack pot with 3 flocks close together totaling 103! Our running total is 269 and we are trotting to our last stop in Santaquin canyon!

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Date: 11/23/19 10:20 am
From: Keeli Marvel <keeli.marvel...>
Subject: [Birdtalk] Turkey trot second update
Latest update from Suzi:
Zero for Hobble Creek on our way to the Chevron.
We just left the gas station.

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Date: 11/23/19 8:59 am
From: Keeli Marvel <keeli.marvel...>
Subject: [Birdtalk] Turkey Trot Update
From Suzi: We started off the morning leaving Sam's club at 8:05 headed straight to East Lawn and saw 12 turkeys! From there we went up Southfork and found 7 different flocks totaling 121! Running total is 133! Terry Reid gave us a tip to try Hobble Creek canyon. We are on our way there right now. We will update as soon as we leave Hobble Creek and head to the Chevron.

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Date: 11/19/19 1:54 pm
From: Keeli Marvel <keeli.marvel...>
Subject: [Birdtalk] Fwd: Provo River Delta Newsletter, Autumn 2019
For anyone interested... here's an update on the status of the Provo River
Delta Restoration project. They've made some great progress, and I think
the area is going to be a great birder destination when the project is
complete!

Happy Birding,

Keeli Marvel

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From: Provo River Delta Project <kirsten...>
Date: Mon, Nov 18, 2019 at 9:34 AM
Subject: Provo River Delta Newsletter, Autumn 2019
To: <keeli.marvel...>


IN THIS ISSUE

*This newsletter is to update you on project progress. The following
project aspects are highlighted in this newsletter:*

- *Groundbreaking, Spring 2020*
- *Design Update*
- *Prehistoric PDR Homes*
- *Mosquito Abatement *
- *Fall Field Activities Update*
- *In the Community*

PROVO RIVER DELTA BREAKS GROUND SPRING 2020
*Pond excavation on lower Hobble Creek where a delta was restored in 2008.*

With project lands acquired, delta designs completed, and permit
applications submitted, we’re gearing up for groundbreaking next spring.
First construction steps will focus on keying in imported road base
material to build a construction access road along the southern boundary of
the project where a berm and trail will ultimately be constructed.
Imported, coarser-grained material is needed for stability because of the
soft lake-deposited soils in the project area that historically was a
marshy bay of Utah Lake. Once a stable haul route for construction
equipment is established, construction efforts in the latter half of 2020
will shift to excavation of pond and river channel features in the
northwest portion of the project area.
DESIGN UPDATE
*Project map showing channel and pond designs.*
Final designs
<https://wfandco.us8.list-manage.com/track/click?u=653e2dd43f5d5cd0ddbc4345b&id=31d6575897&e=0c16450c29>
for construction and revegetation of the new delta area are now complete
and available on our website
<https://wfandco.us8.list-manage.com/track/click?u=653e2dd43f5d5cd0ddbc4345b&id=5d1035da44&e=0c16450c29>.
These designs represent the culmination of an in-depth process that tapped
the expertise of river restoration professionals, June sucker biologists,
revegetation specialists, and key stakeholders to develop a plan that
maximizes June sucker habitat value while minimizing impacts to neighboring
interests and accommodating project constraints. The reconnection of lake
and river environments will create a unique natural delta habitat critical
to survival of young June sucker that are hatched upstream and currently
don’t survive in the existing leveed, dredged river. The new delta area
will receive the majority of Provo River flows, acting as a sponge to
dissipate flood energy and take up nutrients. The project represents an
investment in publicly accessible and permanently protected open space.

We anticipate finalizing designs for the diversion structure and small
downstream dam in early 2020. The diversion will be constructed in late
2022 and will direct the river into the new delta and deliver water to the
existing Provo River channel. The small dam will maintain a constant water
level in the existing channel and will be constructed beginning in 2023.
Other upcoming design work involves finalizing plans for project recreation
features and designing the aeration system that will improve water quality
in the existing channel.

LAKEVIEW PARKWAY
Provo City started construction on the portion of Lakeview Parkway between
Center Street and 620 North in October. We continue to coordinate with
Provo City on construction logistics since its road construction timeline
overlaps with the delta construction schedule.

PREHISTORIC PROVO RIVER DELTA HOMES
Utah Lake is one of the largest freshwater lakes west of the Mississippi
River. The historic Provo River delta, where the Provo River flowed into
Utah Lake, provided a rich diversity of lake, stream, wetland, and riparian
habitat and an associated abundance of fish, game and fertile soils. The
area also supported one of the heaviest concentrations of prehistoric
people living anywhere in the Great Basin.

Early settlers and travelers recognized the region had been of significant
importance because of the many prehistoric remains in the valley, most
notable of which were mounds described in journals from the 1870s Wheeler
Survey:

*“West of the town [Provo], on its outskirts and within three or four miles
of the lake, are many mounds, of various constructions and in different
states of preservation…Those examined were on low grounds, almost on a
level with the lake and with Provo River…”*

The mounds were remnants of prehistoric structures that originally served
as homes for the Fremont people of nearly 1,000 years ago when the Provo
River was a delta. Some of the earliest archaeological survey work
conducted was by James and Robert Bee in the early 1930s; they noted the
presence of 121 mounds in the delta area. Most of these mounds have long
since been destroyed with settlement of the Utah Valley, or are under water.

We are working with the Utah Division of State History to ensure
prehistoric resources such as these are protected during Provo River Delta
project construction. The project area has been surveyed to identify
prehistoric resource locations, and the project design is being adjusted as
necessary to avoid these areas. Also, a cultural resource monitor will be
on-site during all ground disturbing activities to ensure inadvertent
discoveries are avoided or mitigated.

'FROM DUSK TILL DAWN, PUT YOUR DEET ON'

Do you feel like there was in increase in mosquitoes around Utah Lake this
year? If so, you’re right. Mosquito trapping numbers east of Utah Lake were
higher this year than last. According to Utah County Health Department
Mosquito Abatement, mosquito numbers are location driven and their habitat
fluctuates with the level of Utah Lake, which is up this year. Next year’s
numbers are expected to remain higher as we go into winter with higher lake
levels. Trap data and mosquito locations may be viewed using the Weekly
Mosquito Surveillance link on the County’s website
<https://wfandco.us8.list-manage.com/track/click?u=653e2dd43f5d5cd0ddbc4345b&id=859be4fdb1&e=0c16450c29>
.


The Provo River Delta project funds two mosquito monitoring sites within
the delta project area. These are in addition to the 32 adult mosquito
monitoring sites maintained by Utah County. This year, the County conducted
mosquito control using Ultra low volume (ULV) fogging on the ground, and
aerial spraying in the evenings, when mosquitoes are active. You can
protect yourself from mosquito bites by covering up and using insect
repellent containing DEET or other active ingredients recommended by
the Centers
for Disease Control
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FALL FIELD ACTIVITIES UPDATE
*Credit: Bryan Nielsen*

*Site Preparations:* You may have noticed some activity on the north side
of Boat Harbor Drive recently. We’ve installed new fencing to define our
project boundary and an entrance pad where construction equipment can pull
in off the road. We also re-aligned part of an access road for a
neighboring ranch property in preparation for building our construction
access road next spring.

*Invasive Tree Removal: *Non-native Russian olive and Tamarisk were removed
from the east and west sides of Skipper Bay Dike within the project area.
The removal was completed October 9, in preparation for upcoming project
construction. Control of these noxious trees is required under the Utah
Noxious Weed Control Act; it also reduces the seed bank of these tress and
supports success of future revegetation efforts.

*Dominion Energy:* In November and December, Dominion Energy will be
relocating an existing natural gas pipeline deeper underground in the area
east of the northern portion of Skipper Bay Dike. Funded by the Provo River
Delta Project, this effort is needed to allow safe excavation of planned
delta features.

IN THE COMMUNITY
You may have seen Provo River Delta project staff out and about in the
local community over the past year. We’ve been involved in a variety of
outreach and education efforts, including Utah Lake Commission’s Utah Lake
Festival and fourth grade field trips. If you’d like our staff to host a
booth or make a presentation at your next event, let us know!

FOR MORE INFORMATION
This newsletter is to update you on project progress. For more information,
visit our website: provoriverdelta.us
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Date: 11/14/19 4:50 am
From: Utah Birds <utahbirds...>
Subject: [Birdtalk] Christmas Bird Count
*The 2019-20 Christmas Bird Count starts 1 month from today! *(Dec. 14th
through Jan. 5th)

The information for the Utah counts is starting to come in. The Evanston
bird count was the first to update their information for this year. Here's
the developing schedule:
http://utahbirds.org/cbc/cbc.html

To update your count's information, email <webmaster...>

It's a great time of the year!

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Date: 11/13/19 7:16 pm
From: Tim Gorman <wyogoob...>
Subject: [Birdtalk] Evanston WY/UT Christmas Bird Count
FYI: Evanston WY/UT Christmas Bird Count



Those interested in participating in the annual Evanston Christmas Bird
Count (CBC) should meet 8:00 am Saturday, December 14th at the Hornet's Nest
Gas Station, 8 miles north of Evanston on Rt. 89.



The Evanston circle holds the all-time record count for Greater Sage-Grouse,

698 in 1986. This will be the 38th year for the Evanston CBC. About 40% of
the count circle is in Utah.



There will be a dinner after the count at Tim Gorman's residence.



For more details contact Tim Gorman at 307-679-0656 or 307-789-3833.



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Date: 11/11/19 12:17 pm
From: Stephen T Carlile <CARLILEST...>
Subject: [Birdtalk] White-winged Scoters at Little Dell Reservoir
As previously reported, two drake White-winged Scoters seen this morning, Mon, at Little Dell Reservoir in Salt Lake County. Birds at the inlet, east end. Best seen from the boat ramp below the parking lot. Which is a bit of a walk down the road. Scope needed. Also, a lot of Common Goldeneye with two Common Mergansers and one Hooded Merganser. Common Loons at the west end.

Thanks,

Stephen

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