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Eleven Mile State Park Pronghorn

​​​Many migratory and resident birds inhabit the park, including the plains species of horned lark and meadowlark. Also found on the park are mountain bluebird, black-billed magpie, common raven and a variety of Coyote stalking a mouseraptors, waterfowl and shorebirds that are all attracted to the ​reservoir. Three rare bird species observed at the park include the bald eagle, American peregrine falcon and white pelican. If you are a birding enthusiast, check out the Eleven Mile State Park Bird list.

Mule deer, pronghorn antelope, porcupine, badger, black bear and elk may occasionally be observed, while cottontail rabbit, white-tailed jackrabbit, coyote, muskrat and ground squirrels are more frequently observed residents of the park.

Ground squirrelEleven Mile Reservoir is a high quality fishery and anglers are attracted by the cold-water fishing opportunities for cutthroat, rainbow and brown trout, northern pike and Kokanee salmon; yellow perch, small-mouth bass, white and long-nose sucker, creek chub, fathead and brassy minnow, long-nose dace and sand shiner are also present.​