A very small park--just 1/2 a block by a full block two street west of Utah State University in Logan. The urban environment here is dotted with deciduous and coniferous trees, like many city parks, providing an excellent location to look for birds in town. A walking path follows the edge, and cuts through the middle to a playground and picnic area.
A handful of checklists identify just 8 species here--mostly the things you expect to find in a city, but with RING-NECKED PHEASANT, CALIFORNIA GULL, and AMERICAN CROW it has a few odd balls. You can quickly walk the 1/2 block by full block park with trails along the edges and through the middle.
From the intersection of 400 North/US-89 and SR-30/US-91 in Logan go est on 400 North for .7 miles. Turn left onto 500 East and travel .1 mile north till you reach the park on your left.