Spanish Fork River Park
  

Billie's Mountain and Thistle Dam    by Staff Photographer  Šutahbirds.org
    


Directions: Go about 8 miles up Spanish Fork Canyon on US 6 / 89.  Go just past the Diamond Fork Canyon Road and turn right onto a dirt road the goes across the railroad tracks.  Proceed up the road along the river until the road turns across a bridge to an old railroad grade.  The birding is good along both sides of the river.

Description:  This is a very extensive park with group facilities in the upstream section and picnic areas and trails in the downstream section.  In the downstream area access to the large cottonwood trees around the picnic tables and trails along the river make this a very good birding area.

Specialty Birds:  Vireos, flycatchers, Yellow-breasted Chat and other warblers

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