Beaver isn't a destination, its just a pass through area--but if you are passing through and see some birds its worth submitting a checklist. The interesting thing about small towns like this, is that in general the habitat in town is going to be the same throughout or in most places so that a location list for the city is accurate enough to cover the whole area. Some things might be seen in certain areas of the city, but the area list for a town like Beaver seems okay in my opinion. Beaver was settled in 1856 and has a population of around 3,000. Interesting side note, Beaver is the birthplace of two well-known persons: Philo T. Farnsworth and Butch Cassidy. Farnsworth was the inventor of several critical electronic devices that made television possible, including the cathode ray tube. He was also the first to create table-top nuclear fusion. Cassidy was a notorious western outlaw. Habitat wise the city is generally suburban, with tree lines streets and neighborhoods--but farming is popular and in the outlying areas, large fields meet shrubsteppe. The large farms extend west to Minersville Reservoir, while the mountains lay on the east side with juniper covered foothills, and an oak lined riparian habitat at the mouth of Beaver Canyon.
Typical urban fare can be found in the center of town with HOUSE FINCH and ROCK PIGEON being prevalent. EURASIAN COLLARED-DOVE probably outnumber MOURNING DOVE now and are present year round. During the summer months BLACK-HEADED GROSBEAK, BULLOCK'S ORIOLE, SAY'S PHOEBE, and WESTERN KINGBIRD are common around town. YELLOW WARBLER, COMMON YELLOWTHROAT, WILSON'S SNIPE, and KILLDEER might be found in wet areas along one of the creeks in town, or wet pastures. During the winter months large flocks of PINYON JAY occasionally make their way into town--and they are seen sporadically the rest of the year. I have a couple of hot spots I stop at in and around Beaver, but I'm not sure about anything city specific that's not a hotspot. Take a drive through Beaver next time you pass through and see what you turn up!
From I-15 northbound south of Beaver take Exit 109 then a right onto Main Street and follow it north in to town. From I-15 southbound, north of Beaver take Exit 112 and make a left at the bottom of the on ramp, following the road in to town.