Below are a few highlights of a quick tour of the Satus Wildlife Area on a
beautiful Easter morning.
Pair of OSPREY, on Indian Church Road
A dozen WHITE PELICAN over Satus
A lone singing COMMON YELLOWTHROAT
Two closely observed perched NORTHERN ROUGH-WINGED SWALLOW
A couple dozen YELLOW-RUMPED warblers, with a few singing
A fine collection of ducks and geese, including:
CINNAMON TEAL, RUDDY DUCK, REDHEAD, GREATER WHITE-FRONTED (15)
At the Grandview Sewage Treatment south most pond, accessible off Bus Road,
were at least 20 BLACK-NECKED STILT.
Back-necked Stilt and three AVOCET were seen at the "Granger" I-82 pond just
south of Exit 58.
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