To the northwest of the intersection of 2000 West and 2200 South in Logan is 20-20 Ponds. It is actually just one large horseshoe shaped pond, with the tails on the south side and the loop on the north. The best viewing is on the large southeast corner of the pond from 2000 West just up a little bit from 2200 south. The pond has a small amount of riparian habitat at various locations, but specifically here. There is some marsh/wetland type edges, and the areas surrounding the pond are all farm land.
20-20 is a popular fall through spring stop to look for waterbirds. Notably 24 species of waterfowl have been recorded here including TRUMPETER, MUTE, and TUNDRA SWAN. A winter record of BLUE-WINGED TEAL is noteworthy, while GREATER SCAUP, HOODED MERGANSER, and BARROW'S GOLDENEYE have all been reported. NORTHERN SHOVELER, CANVASBACK, GADWALL, and RING-NECKED DUCK are fairly common finds here. The open farm lands here are great for raptors and in the winter you might find NORTHERN HARRIER, BALD EAGLE, or ROUGH-LEGGED HAWK. SANDHILL CRANE are often seen here in the spring, while a various assortment of other species and passerine birds have been observed over the years. This location is unique with a lot of seen once or twice species int eh songbird column. AMERICAN GOLDFINCH, RED-WINGED BLACKBIRD, SONG SPARROW, and BLACK-BILLED MAGPIE are regularly occurring year round.
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 .8 miles. Turn right onto 2000 West and continue .1 miles till you reach the pond on your left.