Join HawkWatch for Familiy Day at the Spiral Jetty, sponsored by the Great Salt Lake Institute at Westminster College, KUED and the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. Built on the northeastern shore of the Great Salt Lake, near Rozell Point, the Spiral Jetty has become one of Utah's most intriguing and mysterious works of art. Constructed over the course of six days in April of 1970, Robert Smithson and Bob Phillips moved 6,650 tons of rock to form the iconic curlicue that mimics the spiral construction of the lake's salt crystals. Directions to the jetty can be found here.
* Education birds will not be in attendance due to the potential for extreme heat.