Mar., 1917 ANNOTATED LIST OF THE BIRDS OF FREMONT COUNTY 35 large s?ge bush near Highbridge, June 26. It lit on a fence post, where it remained for some time. 34. Asio flammeus. Short-eared Owl. A mounted specimen examined in a col- lection at Lake Post Office, which had been taken in the vicinity of Henry Lake. 35. Cryptoglaux acadica acadica. Saw-whet Owl. A mounted specimen exam- ined, in the above-mentioned collection, which had been t?ken in the vicinity of Henry Lake. 36. Bubo virginianuz pallezcenz. Western Horned Owl. Occurs sparingly in heavily ?ooded canyons along the Continental Divide. 37. Bubo virginianuz subarcticuz. Arctic Horned Owl. Amour. ted specimen ex- amined in the collection at Lake Post Office, which had been taken in the vicinity of Henry Lake. -'".-"" ':' .' I I" "'t, - '" Fig. 13. NES? A?O EGGS OF ?HE SAGE THRASHER, IN SAGE BUSH. 38. Glaucidium gnorna gaorna. Pigmy Owl. A mounted specimen examined in ?he collection at L?ke Post O?fice, which had been taken in the vicinity of Henry Lake. 39. Ceryle alcyon. Belted Kingfisher. Common along streams throughout the county. Observed in greatest numbers along the North Fork of the Snake River, on August 25. 40. Dryobate6 villo6u6 monticola. Rocky Mountain Hairy Woodpecker. Fairly common in Douglas fir timber along ridges and at heads of canyons. 41. Dryobates pube6cen6 homoru6. Batchelder Woodpecker. Occurs sparingly in dense willow thickets along banks of streams, and in quaking aspen groves at low elevations.
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