A Desert Oasis: Keystone Park and Wetlands
Studying a Real Wetland



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Birds


Information about Birds at Keystone Wetlands come from Stokes Field Guide to Birds of the Western Region. The following list is not guaranteed that all birds may be found at Keystone Wetlands Park

Table of possible Birds that could inhabit Keystone Wetlands

Seabirds Heron like Birds Swans, Geese, Ducks Marsh Birds
Pied-Billed Grebe American Bittern Snow Goose Sora
Eared Grebe Great Blue Heron Ross Goose American Coot
Western Grebe Great Egret Wood Duck Sandhill Crane
Ckarj's Grebe Snowy Egret Green-winged Teal
Light Blue Heron Mallard
Cattle Egret Northern Pintail
Green Heron Blue-winged Teal
Black-crowned Night-Heron Cinnamon Teal
White Ibis Northern Shoveler
White-face Ibis American Wieglan
Turkey Vulture Ring-necked Duck
Common Merganser
Ruddy Duck

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