- 15 miles west of I-15 exit 366 (Forest Street in Brigham City.)
DescriptionThe Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, located at the northern tip of the Great Salt Lake, is a 74,000 acre National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge consists of marsh, open water, mudflats, wet meadows, and ponds.
Throughout the refuge's long, rich past, it has been an oasis not only for shorebirds and waterfowl, but for people as well, who have found solitude viewing the winter sun setting over the Promontory Mountains, or watching a pair of American Avocets dancing in spring.
Closed federal holidays
Refuge open from dawn to dusk