Pelican Pond

American White Pelicans and many native species of diving ducks greet you with every visit to Tracy Aviary. Meet some of the birds inhabiting Utah's lakes and wetlands, toss fish into the gaping beaks of hungry pelicans, and see if you can spot some of the wild birds who also make this pond their home.

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King of the Andes

A local "celebirdy", Andy the Andean Condor deserves an exhibit befitting his personality. King of the Andes features a wealth of information not only about Andy himself, but about the species that six countries have deemed important enough to declare as their National Symbol.

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Keas

Approximately 12% of all living bird species are considered endangered, threatened, or vulnerable. Habitat loss, predation, and illegal capture are contributing to their decline, but by learning about these amazing and important species you can help conservation efforts and save magnificent birds like the Kea.

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North American Eagles

The Bald Eagle is the national emblem of the United States, and six countries claim the Golden Eagle is theirs. These individuals have been rehabilitated from injuries sustained in the wild, and Tracy Aviary is proud to help them live full and happy lives acting as ambassadors for their species. Take a look at these native raptors and learn how you can help protect them for generations to come.

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Southern Ground Hornbills

Southern Ground Hornbills live throughout southern Africa in close-knit family groups. This group is no different, featuring a mated pair and their offspring who assist with the rearing of new chicks. Despite their name, these hornbills take to the skies with ease and offer close looks to guests in their expansive and enriching habitat.

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Bird Show Stars

Meet some of Utah's biggest "celebirdies"!  Our Bird Show Stars act as ambassadors for their species, and serve only to delight and educate not only guests of Tracy Aviary, but people around the world.

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Sandhill Cranes

A species found throughout the United States in habitats varying from wetlands to plains, Sandhill Cranes are big birds with big personalities. Spring and summer bring the dense foliage and wildflowers that make these birds seem to pop out of the landscape.

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Backyard Birds

Walk into Backyard Birds and immerse yourself in an "abandoned" home on the pampas of Argentina. Much like the birds we see in our own backyards, these chatty Monk Parakeets, curious Guira Cuckoos, and flashy Red-crested Cardinals take over the surroundings and color the landscape with their natural beauty.

Learn More

Chilean Flamingos

Red-legged Seriema, Black-necked Swans, colorful ducks, and more await your visit alongside the iconic Chilean Flamingos. Watch for Indian Peafowl resting in the grassy hills, and enjoy the sights and sounds of some of South America's most showy and boisterous birds.

Learn More

South American Pavilion

Amidst lush plants and tropical warmth, this indoor-outdoor exhibit treats visitors to recreations of the native environments of close to 30 South American birds. An emphatic greeting from the Southern Lapwings means you're in the right place; peek into the dense foliage to find secretive birds like Red-capped Cardinals, Blue-grey Tanagers, and so many more.

Learn More

Macaws & King Vultures

Some of the most prominent bird species of South and Central America; King Vultures, macaws, and more show off their spectacular color and amazing adaptations in these exhibits designed to let these birds do what they do best. Watch for the wide-spread wings of the King Vultures soaking up the sun, and be entertained by the antics of playful macaws as they climb and fly throughout their exhibit.

Learn More

Amazon Adventure

Wild Sun Conures color the Amazon Rain Forest with splashes of yellow and orange. Groups of 30 or more individuals live together, eating fruits, nuts, seeds, and more. In Amazon Adventure, Tracy Aviary's own flock of Sun Conures eat right from your hand in a magnificent show of color and personality.

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Owl Forest

Owl Forest brings a variety of North America's forest-dwelling owls right to Liberty Park. Nestled in a grove of close to 100 native conifers, Owl Forest immerses you in the rich forest atmosphere while celebrating a diverse habitat called home by these silent hunters.

Learn More

Trumpeter Swans

The Trumpeter Swans is North America's largest waterfowl and one of its rarest native birds. To many people, it is the embodiment of grace, beauty, and unspoiled wildness. It is also an inspiring reminder that we can save some species that have been reduced to near extinction.

Learn More

Dabbling Duck Pond

Occurring worldwide, chiefly on inland waters, dabbling ducks are most common in temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere and are strongly migratory. Males typically have bold plumage patterns except during the post-breeding, flightless period, when they resemble the drab females. Hens tend to be slightly smaller than drakes and usually are more vocal — quacking frequently and loudly.

Learn More

Kennecott Wetlands Immersion

Only 1% of Utah's landmass is encompassed by wetlands, but they are second only to rainforests in their diversity of species. Stop and take a moment to immerse yourself in this recreation of a native Utah wetland with showy birds and unique plant species that can found right here in Utah.

Learn More

Hawks & Turkey Vultures

Utah's native raptors and vultures take center stage in this exhibit designed specifically for Tracy Aviary's birds. Find out what makes Turkey Vultures so important to our environment and how they cooperate with predators like Red-Tailed Hawks to keep the food web in balance.

Learn More

Treasures of the Rainforest

Experience the sights and sounds of a real tropical rainforest in this indoor exhibit. Come face to face with birds like the Victoria Crowned Pigeon, Violaceous Turaco, or Scarlet Ibis. You can also learn how Tracy Aviary is helping to rebuild the population of Guam Kingfishers.

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Grounds and Gardens

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Pelican Pond

American White Pelicans and many native species of diving ducks greet you with every visit to Tracy Aviary. Meet some of the birds inhabiting Utah's lakes and wetlands, toss fish into the gaping beaks of hungry pelicans, and see if you can spot some of the wild birds who also make this pond their home.

Learn More

King of the Andes

A local "celebirdy", Andy the Andean Condor deserves an exhibit befitting his personality. King of the Andes features a wealth of information not only about Andy himself, but about the species that six countries have deemed important enough to declare as their National Symbol.

Learn More

Keas

Approximately 12% of all living bird species are considered endangered, threatened, or vulnerable. Habitat loss, predation, and illegal capture are contributing to their decline, but by learning about these amazing and important species you can help conservation efforts and save magnificent birds like the Kea.

Learn More

North American Eagles

The Bald Eagle is the national emblem of the United States, and six countries claim the Golden Eagle is theirs. These individuals have been rehabilitated from injuries sustained in the wild, and Tracy Aviary is proud to help them live full and happy lives acting as ambassadors for their species. Take a look at these native raptors and learn how you can help protect them for generations to come.

Learn More

Southern Ground Hornbills

Southern Ground Hornbills live throughout southern Africa in close-knit family groups. This group is no different, featuring a mated pair and their offspring who assist with the rearing of new chicks. Despite their name, these hornbills take to the skies with ease and offer close looks to guests in their expansive and enriching habitat.

Learn More

Bird Show Stars

Meet some of Utah's biggest "celebirdies"!  Our Bird Show Stars act as ambassadors for their species, and serve only to delight and educate not only guests of Tracy Aviary, but people around the world.

Learn More

Sandhill Cranes

A species found throughout the United States in habitats varying from wetlands to plains, Sandhill Cranes are big birds with big personalities. Spring and summer bring the dense foliage and wildflowers that make these birds seem to pop out of the landscape.

Learn More

Backyard Birds

Walk into Backyard Birds and immerse yourself in an "abandoned" home on the pampas of Argentina. Much like the birds we see in our own backyards, these chatty Monk Parakeets, curious Guira Cuckoos, and flashy Red-crested Cardinals take over the surroundings and color the landscape with their natural beauty.

Learn More

Chilean Flamingos

Red-legged Seriema, Black-necked Swans, colorful ducks, and more await your visit alongside the iconic Chilean Flamingos. Watch for Indian Peafowl resting in the grassy hills, and enjoy the sights and sounds of some of South America's most showy and boisterous birds.

Learn More

South American Pavilion

Amidst lush plants and tropical warmth, this indoor-outdoor exhibit treats visitors to recreations of the native environments of close to 30 South American birds. An emphatic greeting from the Southern Lapwings means you're in the right place; peek into the dense foliage to find secretive birds like Red-capped Cardinals, Blue-grey Tanagers, and so many more.

Learn More

Macaws & King Vultures

Some of the most prominent bird species of South and Central America; King Vultures, macaws, and more show off their spectacular color and amazing adaptations in these exhibits designed to let these birds do what they do best. Watch for the wide-spread wings of the King Vultures soaking up the sun, and be entertained by the antics of playful macaws as they climb and fly throughout their exhibit.

Learn More

Amazon Adventure

Wild Sun Conures color the Amazon Rain Forest with splashes of yellow and orange. Groups of 30 or more individuals live together, eating fruits, nuts, seeds, and more. In Amazon Adventure, Tracy Aviary's own flock of Sun Conures eat right from your hand in a magnificent show of color and personality.

Learn More

Owl Forest

Owl Forest brings a variety of North America's forest-dwelling owls right to Liberty Park. Nestled in a grove of close to 100 native conifers, Owl Forest immerses you in the rich forest atmosphere while celebrating a diverse habitat called home by these silent hunters.

Learn More

Trumpeter Swans

The Trumpeter Swans is North America's largest waterfowl and one of its rarest native birds. To many people, it is the embodiment of grace, beauty, and unspoiled wildness. It is also an inspiring reminder that we can save some species that have been reduced to near extinction.

Learn More

Dabbling Duck Pond

Occurring worldwide, chiefly on inland waters, dabbling ducks are most common in temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere and are strongly migratory. Males typically have bold plumage patterns except during the post-breeding, flightless period, when they resemble the drab females. Hens tend to be slightly smaller than drakes and usually are more vocal — quacking frequently and loudly.

Learn More

Kennecott Wetlands Immersion

Only 1% of Utah's landmass is encompassed by wetlands, but they are second only to rainforests in their diversity of species. Stop and take a moment to immerse yourself in this recreation of a native Utah wetland with showy birds and unique plant species that can found right here in Utah.

Learn More

Hawks & Turkey Vultures

Utah's native raptors and vultures take center stage in this exhibit designed specifically for Tracy Aviary's birds. Find out what makes Turkey Vultures so important to our environment and how they cooperate with predators like Red-Tailed Hawks to keep the food web in balance.

Learn More

Treasures of the Rainforest

Experience the sights and sounds of a real tropical rainforest in this indoor exhibit. Come face to face with birds like the Victoria Crowned Pigeon, Violaceous Turaco, or Scarlet Ibis. You can also learn how Tracy Aviary is helping to rebuild the population of Guam Kingfishers.

Learn More

Grounds and Gardens

Learn More