The Stewart Lake Bird Refuge is one of a few Utah Fish & Game Waterfowl Management Areas that are located along the Green River. Both the Ouray and Browns Park National National Wildlife Refuges are also found along this stretch of the waterway, so it goes without saying that the Green River is the place for a birder to be during the autumn migration season. To be more precise, it has to be a lush area for doing serious birding along the river banks, because there are very few birds to see in the barren desert regions. The Stewart Lake Bird Refuge definitely is lush because it is a large wetlands area, so it is well worth checking out when passing through the town of Jenson, which is in the heart of Utah's dinosaur country. The best part is the Stewart Lake WMA is known as a local Green River fishing hot spot, so filling the creel for dinner can be part of the plan!
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