Green Canyon

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 (GPS: (approx.) N41º 46.070’, W111º 46.600’)

Directions:  From Logan Main Street go east on 1800 North to 1000 East and turn left. Go one block to 1900 North and turn right going east until you reach the mouth of the canyon.  There is a parking lot on your left as you pass the power station.

Description:  (Easy walk, 15.0 miles from downtown Logan)  The King Nature Park trail takes you through some pinyon-juniper habitat. The Bonneville Shoreline Trail goes  southwest along the bench.  The Forest Service road goes east up Green Canyon. There is a picnic area on the right just a short walk up the canyon.

Birding: In the lower reaches of Green Canyon Ruffed and Blue (Dusky) Grouse can be seen, as well as chickadees and kinglets. An occasional Common Poor-will or Canyon Wren might be heard. Near the ridge, Clark's Nutcracker and a Golden Eagle or two may be seen.
     Also look for Western Tanager, Chukar, and Lazuli  Bunting. Black-throated Gray, Virginia’s and Orange-crowned Warblers and farther up the canyon, Hammond’s Flycatchers and Hermit Thrush.

     eBird Data:    |  King Nature Park  |  Green Canyon -- Lower  |  Green Canyon  |


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