Mack Park

Mack Park from the Southwest   by Lyle Bingham   ©Lyle Bingham (fall 2008)

GPS N41º 50.340’, W111º 49.400’

Directions:  The park is located at 50 North and 300 East in Smithfield

Description:  This is a small but convenient place to see some good birds.

Birds: (Winter) Golden-crowned Kinglet, Townsend’s Solitaire and sometimes White-breasted Nuthatch.  Rare birds seen here: Varied Thrush and Blue Jay.

     eBird Data:   | Smithfiled Cemetery/Mack Park  | Birch Canyon Rd  |

Other close birding places:  
     - The Smithfield Cemetery is within a few blocks.
     - Smithfield Canyon which can be accessed by going east on Canyon Road.

The Wild Side   by Lyle Bingham   ©Lyle Bingham (2008)

The Nature Park   by Lyle Bingham   ©Lyle Bingham (2008)


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