This rarely birded location sits on the southeast corner of the Kennecott tailings pond along 8000 West in Salt Lake County. The "trap" is actually someones property that is surrounded by a good number of decent sized deciduous trees, and a lot more Russian Olives on the outskirts. There is a water feature in the yard--which is private property, so please stay on 8000 West. I've never talked to the owner, but if you do, talk to them about the birds, and please add any pertinent information to this location!
This is a great stop if you are going from Lee Kay Ponds to Saltair and taking SR-201 instead of I-80. It's just a minute off the main road and during spring and fall migration the trees here can have a decent number of migrants. 8 species of warbler have been recorded here including: NASHVILLE, MACGILLIVRAY'S, and WILSON'S WARBLERS. The most notable sighting here was a lone MAGNOLIA WARBLER during September. The best way to birds the location is just to walk along 8000 West from one end of the trees to the other. If you are having a good migration day at The IC, 5600 West Traps, or 9180 West Traps, stop here too and see what's around!
From SR-201/2400 South turn north onto 8000 West and drive about a couple hundred feet to the property on your right. This patch of trees and house is the location.