Some birds are easy to see. Others
are secretive and hard to find. Do
you know a bird species that only
comes out at night? Good bird
watchers look for many different
clues to learn if a bird lives in the area. They listen for songs and calls.
They look for nests, tracks, pellets or
droppings. Keep your eyes and ears
open and you may see, hear or find
evidence of all the birds on this list.
Circle the musical notes if you
hear the bird sing or call.
Circle the nest if you see any
signs of the bird.
Circle the binoculars if you
see the bird.
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge
2155 West Forest Street
Brigham City Utah 84302
Phone: (435) 723-5887
Bird Info Line: (435) 734-6426
can you find?
1. How many bird species did you
see today? __________________
Birds Found Along the
Wetland Wonders Walk &
Wildlife Education Center
2. Did you see birds not shown on
this list? Did you identify them?
3. Which bird did you find most
interesting and why?
4. Why do you think there are so
many birds at the Bear River
Migratory Bird Refuge?
Great Blue Heron
American White Pelican
We are grateful for the donated use of images by:
* Patsy Renz
• Chris Goldade
Images sizes are not to scale.