Bird-Watching in Bryce Canyon National Park
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More than 170 bird species have been identified in Bryce. Violet green swallows and white-throated swifts are common, as are Steller's jays, American coots, rufous hummingbirds, and mountain bluebirds. Lucky bird-watchers will see golden eagles floating across the skies above the pink rocks of the amphitheater and experienced birders might spot an osprey nest high in the canyon wall. The best time in the park for avian variety is from May through July.
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