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Bird Watching

Hundreds of species of birds spend all or part of their lives in Juab County, making this a productive area for people who enjoy observing them.

The marshes at Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge probably offer the largest number of species. Click here for a list of birds that can be observed at the refuge, along with information about the best seasons to find them.

Various birds are commonly seen in many other areas, and observation opportunities exist year-round. In general, birds are more abundant near water sources - typically streams and reservoirs. Here are some other spots popular with bird watchers:

  • Yuba Reservoir
  • Mona Reservoir
  • Burraston Ponds
  • The Sevier River below Yuba
  • The small streams along the Nebo Loop
  • Small streams in Levan Canyon
  • Agricultural areas throughout the county

Raptors can often be seen during fall and winter months as they swoop low over fields or sit on fence posts or in trees.

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