Bureau of Land Management, Utah.
The WSA is bounded by improved and unimproved roads and the Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge to the northeast. The WSA includes most of the Fish Springs Range, a northsouth trending ridge that rises abruptly from approximately 5,000 feet at the base to 8,500 feet at the crest. The range is at the southern margin of the Great Salt Lake Desert.Vegetation in this WSA is predominantly shrubs and grasses at lower elevations and scattered pinyon pine and juniper at higher elevations. Some white fir grow in isolated, higher locations. Special Features: The Fish Creek Range is a tilted fault block of sedimentary rocks, and includes bedding plane faults visible in over 28,000 acres in the central part of the WSA. Bald eagles, peregrine falcons, and golden eagles are raptor species which inhabit the WSA. Sensitive species that may occur in the WSA include the ferruginous hawk, long-billed curlew, and kit fox.
Northwestern Juab County, about 60 miles northwest of Delta, UT.