This small central Utah town was originally called Omni Point, and Richfield was called Omni. The "Point" was a high rise in the terrain, five miles directly south of Richfield. The town name was later changed to Annabella, after two of the first two children born in the area: Ann S. Roberts and Isabella Dalton. Sitting a mile high the town has a population of around 700 and the tiny streets are lined with deciduous and coniferous trees. To the north are mostly farms while the southern hills are shrubsteppe, leading to the mountains. There is a small city park on the east end of town and a tiny pond just a couple blocks south of town on a dirt road between 200 and 300 east.
Annabella is one of those places you just pass through going somewhere else. The entirety of the checklists for this location are form one week in December 2013. So in mid winter you might see your typical urban fare with WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW and DARK-EYED JUNCO joining the fray. EURASIAN COLLARD-DOVE are present year round while various raptors can be seen here. In the winter ROUGH-LEGGED HAWKS, and BALD EAGLES, In the summer GOLDEN EAGLE and SWAINSON'S HAWK--although goldies are present year round. In the hills around town keep an eye out for CHUKAR and PINYON JAYS that pass through going form habitat to habitat--feeders in town may attract this species in winter.
From I-70 Exit 40 in Richfield head south onto Main Street for 2 miles. Turn left onto 400 South which after .2 miles becomes Annabella Road and will curve south. Continue 4.3 miles till you reach the edge of town.