Logan Mitigation Ponds a.k.a. Sue’s Ponds
Courtesy & © Linda L’Ai, Photographer
Bird Walk at Logan City’s Wetlands Park for Migratory Birds
Saturday, September 18, 2021
Meet at the south end of Smith’s Marketplace parking lot at 750 N Main St., Logan 84321 map
The western gateway to Logan has a special wetlands mitigation park which includes the Audubon Mudflats affectionately called Sue’s Pond in honor of Sue Drown’s work to establish this shallow playa for migratory birds. This stopover pond serves Black-necked Stilts, Sandpipers, Dowitchers, California and Franklin’s Gulls, Avocets, Cinnamon Teal, Redhead and Bufflehead ducks, Yellow-headed and Redwing Blackbirds, Great Blue Herons, Snowy Egret, Redtail Hawks, and Bobolinks, which are imperiled in Utah due to habitat loss.