Clover Springs

Clover Springs Riparian Area    by Eric Huish    ŠEric Huish

Directions:  Go west of Rush Valley on UT 199 about 5 miles. 

Possible Birds:  Juniper Titmouse, Northern Pygmy Owl (winter), Wild Turkey, Sharp-shinned Hawk, Red-naped Sapsucker, Black-chinned Hummingbird, Warbling Vireo, Western Scrub-Jay, Clark's Nutcracker (winter), Pinion Jay, Mountain Chickadee, Bushtit, Brown Creeper, House Wren, Winter Wren (winter), Golden-crowned Kinglet (winter), Mountain Bluebird, Townsend's Solitaire (winter), Cedar Waxwing, Orange-crowned, Nashville, Virginia's, Black-throated Gray, Townsend's, MacGillivray's Warblers, Northern Waterthrush (during migration), and Yellow-breasted Chat, and Western Tanager, both towhees, Chipping Sparrow (in migration), White-crowned and Lincoln's Sparrows, Lazuli Bunting

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Clover Springs    by Staff Photographer    Š

Clover Springs Campground    by Staff Photographer    Š