Yellowstone Group Campground lies along its pretty namesake, The Yellowstone River in an aspen forest dotted with mixed oak and Ponderosa pines on the south slope of the Uinta Mountains. The campground can accommodate up to 80 people, and 8 vehicles. The surrounding habitat includes shrubsteppe, and of course the riparian habitat with a willow component just east of the campground. The areas to the south and east are part of the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation.
To date there isn't enough information to be really helpful for telling you what and when you might see here. Ironically the 2 checklists for this location are from January and April, when getting here might be difficult due to the roads. Like most Uinta Mountains campgrounds and birding locations, summer is the optimal time to go--between June and September. GRAY JAY can be found here, and other species like MOUNTAIN CHICKADEE, RED-BREASTED NUTHATCH, and TOWNSEND'S SOLITAIRE have been recorded. The habitat likely is home to YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER, HOUSE WREN, DARK-EYED JUNCO, DUSKY FLYCATCHER, RED-NAPED SAPSUCKER, and other species typical of mid to high elevation mountain sites in northern Utah. If you happen to find yourself in the area, please help build this otherwise small list by submitting a checklist!
From the intersection of US-40 and Center Street in Duchesne, go north on Center Street for 15.6 miles. Turn left onto 21000 West and go 8 miles heading north. Turn right and go .4 miles, crossing a creek. Turn left onto Yellowstone Road and go 4.2 miles. Stay right onto FR-119 and go another 2.5 miles till you reach the pull off to the campground on your right.