US-191/6 travels north-south for 21.5 miles from Woodside south to I-70. The habit is barren desert, with some shrubsteppe components. Mostly open and sparsely vegetated the land is not a great type of habitat. Many birders travel this route to get between southeast Utah and the Wasatch front. To the east lay the Book Cliffs and to the west the San Rafael Swell. Two very interesting areas with this low lying valley between. This stretch of road can be very dangerous due to the amount of traffic, and semi usage. There are plenty of places to pull off, onto side roads if you are interested in birding.
The eBird checklist for this location at the time of writing shows just COMMON RAVEN from here--so you will probably see this species. On the side roads there are certainly more birds, and things like HORNED LARK, LARK SPARROW, and SAY'S PHOEBE can be found relatively easily. The barren desert here isn't ideal for much, but you may also come across ROCK WREN, BLACK-THROATED SPARROW, and WESTERN MEADOWLARK. If you take the time to bird the side roads, be sure to put in a checklist for this middle of nowhere stretch of road!
Driving on US-191/6 out of Price, continue south to Woodside. Once you cross the Price River it is 21.5 miles to I-70 on this location.