This road leads through open fields, pastures, and some shrubsteppe. There are also small amounts of water visible from the road. Both sides of the road are private property but birding can be done from the road. A Jordan River access view point at 3300 North near 2200 West is really good for waterfowl and other waterbirds as well.
3200 West north of the airport provides some of the best open "Grassland" birding in Salt Lake County. Luckily it is unlikely this are will be developed any time soon so the opportunity to bird these fields should remain for some time. Raptors can be found here year round, with FERRUGINOUS HAWK and GOLDEN EAGLE being fairly reliable. In the winter look for ROUGH-LEGGED HAWKS, and for a number of years a BALD EAGLE nest was visible to the northeast of the road. Various waterfowl can often bee seen here in the wet areas and along the Jordan River to the northeast. LARK, SAVANNAH, and BREWER'S SPARROW can be found during the summer. VESPER SPARROW are often seen during migration, while a GRASSHOPPER SPARROW was seen here once in late May. CATTLE EGRET have also been recorded here during migration, as have a wide variety of shorebirds in the wet areas. Birding is best early and late in the day, but you can find birds from dawn till dusk.
From I-215 west side belt route taking exit 25 west bound for .9 miles along 2100 North. Turn Right onto 3200 West. You can drive the road north for 2.1 miles till you hit a farm. Just before you reach this is 3200 North which can be birded west to 2200 West and loops south back to 2100 North. The Jordan River can be accessed from 3300 North if you go left from 3200 North at 2200 West.