We drove the refuge and loved it. So beautiful, great views of flat lands and bird refuge as well as awesome views of mountains in the distance. Informative stops along the way to learn about the area wild life as well as formation of the area. Well worth the time.
Great views of the mountains, that in my opinion look like cinematic backdrops. Nice drive round the loop and lots of little birdies to see. If you’re in the area or passing through it is worth popping in. also, it’s free, and what’s better than that?
Stopped in here while going to Brigham City, Utah. The educational center is not open on Monday so we missed that. There is an auto tour one takes through the area, but it is difficult to discern the study. Reflective and peaceful area. I am not sure it is worth the money invested. But if the birds are happy, I'm... 更多
Bring your binoculars. Bring a friend. Take your time. It is situated in the valley so mountains surround you. And their a fun birds and wildlife to peak at. They also have a very informative nature center to help you on your way. Great afternoon outing.
Every few years, we drive west (from the east coast) to visit relatives in Boise, Idaho (a long drive). We always make certain that the route takes us through Brigham City for a visit to the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge. Although this is a birder's paradise, a non-birder can gain an appreciation of the bird world (and what our... 更多
I go here 4 to 5 times a year because different seasons bring different wildlife. The auto tour is awesome and if you ask in the center, they will loan you a dvd that explains what to look for at exactly the right time on the auto tour.
Traveling around the Dike (several miles of road) is an adventure. You see thousands of water foul. many different species. Bring a camera and binoculars. It is well worth the trip.
Traveled here in the first week of August, and didn't expect to seen nearly as many bird species as we discovered. Many different birds, herons, ducks, plovers, and many more. Great 12.5 mile auto tour. Bring your binoculars or spotting scope. I was surprised by the numerous carp that have invaded the refuge.