Category: Birding Areas
Use our map to find great bird watching sites! Birding is a popular hobby in Northern Utah and Southeast Idaho with many bird species in the area.
Birding Trails in Southeast Idaho Map & Guide
Self-guided Birding Tour Brochure of Cache Valley
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This wetlands area offers song birds, marsh birds, water fowl, and many loons in the spring. Visit this site in spring and summer. Day use or camping fees are required and paid at the west entrance. Boats and watercraft must be inspected for Quagga mussels, before being allowed on the…View more
Song birds, upland birds, marsh birds, water fowl. Visit this site spring and summer.View more
The stunning aqua-blue waters of Bear Lake are the main feature of Bear Lake State Park. Enjoy a variety of activities in their seasons–waterskiing, sailing, swimming, scuba diving in summer. Year-round fishing for cutthroat, mackinaw, cisco, and whitefish. Join the fun of ice fishing in January during the annual Cisco run. There are…View more
The only national grassland in the intermountain West, the Curlew National Grassland was established in 1960 to improve soil and vegetation and promote sound agricultural practices. The land was cultivated and farmed in the early 1900s, and you can still see evidence of many old homesteads in the area. The…View more
This wetlands area offers song birds, shore birds, marine birds, marsh birds, water fowl, and Sandhill Cranes. Visit this site any season but winter. 1 mile east of Oxford, Idaho. Take Westside Highway north, from Dayton or south from Swan Lake.View more
Birding area. Song birds, birds of prey, marine birds, marsh birds, water fowl, nesting sandhill Cranes and Trumpeter Swans. Visit this site any season but winter.View more