Beus Forest Green Park is located in east Ogden at the feet of the Wasatch Mountains. The park is a riparian area and forest, best known for Beus Pond located there.
The pond is really known for its resident population of WOOD DUCKS that are present year round. For a number of years MANDARIN DUCKS have also been present year round. Other waterfowl and waterbirds also use the small pond and various songbirds use the surrounding woodlands. The path that runs through the forest around the pond is great for migrant songbirds during the spring and fall. YELLOW WARBLER, WESTERN TANAGER, WESTERN WOOD-PEWEE, and LAZULI BUNTING are all present along with lots of other songbirds. PACIFIC WREN, VARIED THRUSH, and WORM-EATING WARLER are the notable birds that have been found here.
From Harrison Blvd in Ogden, take 40th S/Country Hills Drive, eastbound for .6 miles and turn into the parking are on your right.