Visit the Aviary


9am - 5pm
7 Days a Week

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589 E. 1300 S.
@ Liberty Park


Adult - $11.95
Child - $7.95

Today's Schedule



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April 27, 2019
12:00 am

Save the date! Andy is turning 60 and we're throwing him a party! 

Come join us for a day of condor-filled fun at the Aviary. We'll have activities, treats, and a chance to learn all about Tracy Aviary's oldest...

May 11, 2019
10:00 am

Join the Aviary on migratory bird day for a weekend-long festival full of family fun to celebrate the connection of nature and the city. Featuring activities with community partners, crafts and learning while exploring...

May 31, 2019
6:30 pm


Salt Lake's premier garden party for a cause! Ready to Hatch supports Tracy Aviary's Conservation Program, which uses research, outreach, and conservation action to protect birds and their habitats. 



Tracy Aviary inspires curiosity and caring for birds and nature through education and conservation.

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California Condors at Zion National Park

Here at the , we've been keeping a "bird's eye" view on the in Zion National Park. If you haven't heard the big news, two California condors decided to build a nest in , off the famous  trail of all places.....way to be subtle you two condors....

Spring into Breeding Season!


It is spring time which means a very busy time for the bird care department.  It is the start of breeding season for many of the birds at Tracy Aviary!  The birds do a lot of the work on their own when it comes to courtship and...

A Bird-Day Invitation from Andy



Vultures are important guests at all of nature’s dinner parties – we’re not picky about the menu and we always stay to clean up the leftovers! But there are not many vultures who get to be V.I.P. at their very own party,...

Green-Naped Pheasant Pigeon Chick

 Spring is here at Tracy Aviary and that doesn’t just mean flowers blooming in our gardens. It means mating, eggs and lots of chicks!  A unique story about one of those chicks is our Green-naped pheasant pigeon. He was hatched on March 14th...