This cemetery sits on the south end of Sandy and is mostly open lawn with small to mid sized deciduous trees. There are sparse conifers present as well. Although the actual birding habitat in the cemetery is sparse there is a pond located on the north end of the area surrounded by coniferous trees and small deciduous and coniferous shrubs.
Like the Sandy City Cemetery there isn't a huge bird list here... yet. Since this location has a pond the odds are it will have a much larger list over time. Visited during spring and fall migration one may turn up various neotropical migrants given the prime habitat in an otherwise open urban environment. There are no real notable sightings here yet, but AMERICAN CROW have been seen from time to time, and a MERLIN flyover was reported in March 2015. The cemetery can be visited on your way to or from Dimple Dell Park which sits just to the north.
From 1300 East and 10600 South in Sandy go east .6 miles on 10600 south till you reach the cemetery on your right. Continue another .2 miles to the pond on your right where you can pull off the road.