Bird Watching Tour of Southeast Idaho

 

Birding Trails Brochure in PDF format

Bear Lake and Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuges along with Curlew National Grasslands headline the forty five birding sites in Southeast Idaho. Avid birders will want to experience the Bear River area between Preston and Downey, the bird sanctuary at Sterling, and the Snake River area between American Falls and Massacre Rocks State Park.

 

All 45 birding sites are listed and each species is indexed on the chart in the publications below:

Printable Bird Watching Map & Guide (PDF)

Request your Free Guide to Birding in Southeast Idaho Brochure.
(Check the box next to "Southeast Idaho Bird Watching Map")

Snow Goose
Snow Goose at
Pocatello Zoo
Duck at Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Many Ducks Breeds at
Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Sand Hill Cranes
Sand Hill Cranes at
Grays Lake National
Wildlife Refuge
Sage Grouse
Sage Grouse at
Curlew National Grasslands
Massacre Rocks State Park
Over 200 bird species at
Massacre Rocks State Park
Canadian Geese
Canada Geese along
Downey's Marsh Creek
Ducks caught off season
Ducks caught off season
in Southeast Idaho
Portneuf Valley Audubon Society
Portneuf Valley
Audubon Society
Migratory Bird Day
Migratory Bird Day Bird Walk at Edson Fichter

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