Daniel Froehlich reported a Common Nighthawk in Moab at Mill Creek Walkway East of US191. "2 flying along Mill Creek well before dusk; 5 hawking at once over the very bright lights of the Phillips 66 station well after sunset. The first individual looked suspicious, unusual shape for CONI, more front-heavy and shorter and stubbier winged, possibly Lesser Nighthawk."
Stephen Heinrich reported a Nashville Warbler at Daystar: "Seen together. Bright white eye ring, gray head, yellow underparts from chin to tail except white patch behind legs. Olive above, back to tail. "