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Logan : parcs et nature

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“Very pretty with HUGE trees, nifty underpasses, "river", picnic tables, grassy areas with benches, and a play ground.”
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“Great park with a small zoo with monkeys, coyotes, elk, tons of species of birds, and more. Great for a short visit”
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“Birding: This region is known for many species of birds that stay in Cache Valley or migrate through. Due to our unique geography you can see shorebirds and mountain species within a 20-minute drive. Cache Valley is nestled between the Bear River and Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuges. Here, you'll spot birds along the Bear River, directly west of Logan. In spring and summer, Cutler Marsh offers viewing in classic wetland habitat. White Pelicans, White-Faced Ibis, Great Blue Herons, Egrets, Western Grebes, plus a variety of ducks, geese, and shorebirds may be seen from roadways or you can rent a canoe or kayak for a close-up experience. The number and diversity of marsh birds is extensive.”
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“Walk along Spring Creek on the walking path, or play Disc Golf on the public course.”
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