Miller Bird Refuge and Nature Park
& Bonneville Glen

Miller Bird Refuge    by Milt Moody    İMilton G. Moody

~ location suggested by M. Lyman Moody

North entrance
(Miller Bird Refuge)
- A gated entrance is on the south side of 900 South at about 1700 East which is between Diestel Road to the west and Military Drive to the east.
Southwest entrance (Bonneville Glen) - A parking lot is located at the corner of 1500 East and 1050 South (Bonneview Dr.). A path leads from the east side of the parking lot to Bonneville Glen which connects to the Miller Bird Refuge.

Descriptions: Paths on both sides of Red Butte Creek run through a heavily vegetated gully for about 4 blocks from the north entrance (Miller Bird Refuge) to the southwest entrance (Bonneville Glen).   There are several bridges crossing the stream and several picnic  areas.

Habitat:  A steep-sloped riparian woodland with very diverse tree species of mainly Black Locust, Scrub Oak, ash, maple and Box Elder trees with some junipers here and there.

Specialty Birds:  Hairy Woodpecker, warblers, Black-headed Grosbeak

     eBird Data:  | Miller Park |

Nature Park Bridge    by Milt Moody    İMilton G. Moody

Bonneville Glen Trail   by Milt Moody    İMilton G. Moody