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HOURS
9am - 4pm
7 Days a Week
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589 E. 1300 S.
@ Liberty Park
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ADMISSION
Adult $9.95
Child $5.95
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December 14, 2019
1:00 am

Feeling up to a winter wonderland adventure and seeing unique birds? Join Tracy Aviary and Utah Division of Wildlife bird experts to hike City Creek Canyon.

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All Christmas Bird Count (CBC)...

December 14, 2019
2:00 am

Christmas Bird Count for Kids

The National Audubon Society's Christmas Bird Count is the longest running citizen science project in the nation (more history ). Now, kids can get in on the fun and contribute data used...

December 14, 2019
6:30 am

$5 for cost of materials. Once the Christmas Bird Count is over, the toymaking begins at 1:30pm in the Chase Mill. At the Andy Claus' Toymaking Workshop, we'll be making enrichment toys for the birds at Tracy Aviary....

January 03, 2020
2:00 am

Calling all grandmas and grandpas! Tracy Aviary and Botanical Garden invites you to spend a day making memories with your grandkids. Each Grandparents Friday includes up to two free kid admissions per paying grandparent.

Senior...

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

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10 Reasons to Sign Up for Little Chicks

Looking for a last minute gift idea for your little this holiday season? Tracy Aviary’s Little Chicks preschool classes start February 12th and now is the time to ! Each class is offered one day a week, from 9:30-10:30am, for six weeks. You...

The Art of Bird Food

Ever wondered what it takes to feed our birds? We asked our Curator of Exhibit Collections, Kate to give us the behind-the-scenes scoop! 

 

The importance of bird food: how fish, rats, and papaya keep Tracy Aviary birds...

Eat Like a Bird

I’m sure you’ve heard, and maybe even used, the expression “eat like a bird,” in reference to someone who is a light eater. I’m not sure the etymology of this mistaken impression of avian appetites – but eating like a bird is anything but light-eating...

How to Find Birds in the Alpines of Alta

It’s ski season! Join Tracy Aviary’s conservation team to look at birds that live in the Alta Ski Area

Skiers aren’t the only ones on the slopes of Alta...

As snow enthusiasts of all kinds flock into Little Cottonwood Canyon to take...

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