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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Ranger districts typically manage recreation facilities and activities, handle special permits, and sponsor interpretive education programs. Stop by the Logan Ranger District and Visitor Center to load up on maps, get acquainted with recreation opportunities, check on current conditions, and learn more about how to keep the Forest healthy. The Logan…View more
This site offers song birds, birds of prey, marine birds, marsh birds, water fowl. There is also camping and restrooms available here. Visit this site any season.View more
Cutler Marsh was created by the shallow water of the Bear River at the head of the Cutler Reservoir. It is best viewed from the bridges where roads cross the marsh, and the boat docks (restroom here), or by canoe. Expect many waterfowl and shorebirds. A 2.5 mile loop trail…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
Song birds, upland birds, marsh birds, water fowl. Visit this site spring and summer.View more
Birding is good all the way up High Creek to the trailhead at the roads end. Look for Winter Wren (June), American Dipper, Plumbeous Vireo, and Western Tanger. The scenery is also outstanding. Several trails depart from the trailhead and provide access the high mountain habitats within Mount Naomi Wilderness….View more