July 27, Birds, Butterflies & Blooms at Tony Grove

Tony Grove Reservoir
Courtesy & © Mike Fish, Photographer
Tony Grove Reservoir, Courtesy & © Mike Fish, Photographer
Explore Tony Grove and its abundance of birds, butterflies and wildflowers with Jack Greene

Stokes Nature Center and Bridgerland Audubon are sponsoring a fieldtrip to Tony Grove from 8:30-early afternoon Saturday, July 27th.

“Beautiful flowers with wings”, a phrase frequently used to express the exquisite beauty of butterflies. Join the Bridgerland Audubon Society for a fieldtrip to learn the secret lives of these amazing sparks of life, the flowers they visit, and birds that eat them! Place: Tony Grove meadows. Meet at the US Forest Service parking lot 1500 East Hwy 89 at 8:30 am on July 27th for carpooling. Return early afternoon. Bring lunch, water, light jacket, hat or sun screen, binoculars, camera, butterfly net (we will have some).

Signed waivers required for all participants. Complete form, print results and bring printed waiver to meeting point.

Trip leader: local naturalist Jack Greene jackisgreene@yahoo.com or764-4815. Bring binoculars and a lunch. Return by mid afternoon.

eBird Printable Checklist for Tony Grove
Tony Grove, Recent Sightings, eBird.org
Utah Birds for Tony Grove
Checklist of Tony Grove Plants per Dr. Leila Shultz
USDA Forest Service Tony Grove Lake, Bear River Range

USU Herbarium Plant Checklists: (Courtesy USU Herbarium: https://herbarium.usu.edu/)
Tony Grove Area Checklist

Participants agree to the terms of the Bridgerland Audubon Society Sign-up Sheet and Liability Waiver

Tony Grove Butterflies: A Tony Grove Meadow Courtesy USDA Forest Service Teresa Prendusi, Photographer
A Tony Grove Meadow, Courtesy USDA Forest Service Teresa Prendusi, Photographer

Bridgerland Audubon Society: BridgerlandAudubon.org
Stokes Nature Center: LoganNature.org