Bald Eagle Viewing — Northeastern Utah

Join us while we watch and celebrate bald eagles in February! We will host several viewing events throughout the state. The northeastern Utah viewing opportunity will be held at Ouray National Wildlife Refuge on Feb. 8.

Division personnel will be there to answer your questions and help you spot bald eagles and other birds on the refuge. We’ll have some spotting scopes available, but you should bring your own binoculars if you have them. When you arrive, there will be a live bird guest appearance from local falconry experts. Free 2020 bald eagle pins will be available while supplies last. Don’t miss this free viewing opportunity!

Driving Directions: To reach Ouray Refuge, take U.S. Highway 40, about 14 miles west of the City of Vernal, Utah, or about 13 miles east of the City of Roosevelt, Utah. Turn south (your only option) on State Highway 88 and travel 14 miles to the Refuge entrance on the left. The Refuge Headquarters is located 1 mile down the entrance road.

To reach Ouray Refuge using an online gps system or application, the physical address of the Refuge Headquarters is: 19001 East Wildlife Refuge Road, Randlett, UT 84063

Registration for this event is not mandatory and tickets are not required, but we're asking that you please fill out the registration form so we can make improvements to future events: