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Blogging about the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge.

Spend any amount of time online searching for information on bird and butterfly friendly plants and you will most definitely come across ..read more

Early one morning about 12 years ago or so, I was awakened by a flock of low flying geese taking their flight path right over my house. ..read more

A quick update for those who are planning to attend our free photography class in March on the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge. We have ..read more

Winter on the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge is often thought of by some people as desolate and barren. I actually do understand the ..read more

Each day as I drive the 12-mile stretch of road between the Bear River Migratory bird Refuge visitors center and the auto tour route, I am ..read more

This past weekend, the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge held it’s anticipated owl day, an annual event purposed to help raise awareness ..read more

Bird watching and photography are both great passions of mine and I never get tired of either one. In fact, I find myself constantly driven ..read more

Most people who visit the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, quietly located in a remote part of northern Utah, understandably come to view ..read more

Antelope Island is, arguably, one of Northern Utah’s greatest tourist attractions and for good reason. The island is a year-round ..read more

Each year, thousands of tundra swans migrate into Utah. This happens not once but twice per year as these majestic birds migrate to and ..read more

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