Conger Mountain facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsConger Mountain
|Elevation||8,144 ft (2,482 m)|
|Prominence||1,824 ft (556 m)|
|Location||Millard County, Utah, United States|
|Parent range||Confusion Range|
|Topo map||USGS Conger Mountain|
Conger Mountain is almost completely undeveloped. It serves as a habitat for mule deer and antelope and is home to a herd of wild horses. It is considered a vital habitat for the golden eagle and bald eagles have been spotted near the mountain. Conger Mountain is also home to ferruginous hawks, Swainson's hawks, mountain bluebird, red-tailed hawks, prairie falcons, kit foxes, badgers, and chukar.
Currently, the 20,400 acres encompassing Conger Mountain are considered a Wilderness Study Area. Action may be taken in the future to designate this area as a National Wilderness Area.
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