Just north off 2200 South along 1600 West in Logan there are a couple of ponds, and a river. One pond sits about a block east closer to US-89 with a canal running west then south to the intersection of 2200 south and 1600 west. At what would be about 2000 South a creek goes under the road with a marsh/wetland and riparian habitat bordering it. This loops to the west creating a long "pond". South of the is a larger pond which is completely surrounded by farm fields. I am not sure what access is like to the actual ponds, but the riparian and marsh area at 200 south on 1600 west is along the public road and can be birded easily.
Not nearly as popular or well known as nearby 20-20 Ponds, 16-16 access appears to be more limited with the actual ponds in the area all being back from the roads and not visible without permission to enter the private property surrounding them. However, there is no public information on birding here, so this is just an assumption. From 1600 West as mentioned there is a creek, and riparian habitat visible along with the obvious farm land. WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW, SONG SPARROW, RED-WINGED BLACKBIRD, and BLACK-BILLED MAGPIE are all found here relatively easily. It looks like most visits happen form fall through spring. MARSH WREN, BELTED KINGFISHER, and MOURNING DOVE are also reported frequently while variety of waterfowl and a small number of other species are occasionally seen here.
From US-89 at 1000 West south of downtown Logan, go south on US-89 for .4 miles. Turn right onto 2200 South and go .3 miles. Turn right onto 1600 West and continue .3 miles till you reach the pond.