Greenville

Greenville    by Merrill Webb    ©Merrill Webb
  


Directions:  Take State Route #21 from the middle of the town of Beaver and drive west under I-15 four miles to the turn-off south to Greenville. The road forks in town.

Description: Drive back east toward Beaver along Beaver Creek, or turn west and go through agricultural and a little bit of residential area. The road returns back to the main road after 3-4 miles. Birds to be expected would be riparian and agricultural species. ~ Suggested by Merrill Webb

From 200 West and about 600 South in Beaver a road goes west towards Greenville.  This road follows the  Beaver River immediately west of the town passing a nursery and continuing towards Greenville. 'That road is a great spot for birds!' ~ Suggested by John Stratton

Birds: Eurasian Collard-Dove, American Kestrel, Western Meadowlark
 


  

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