This Fall’s Full Moon Wildlife Wander will focus on migration and will feature live birds (owls and hawks) from HawkWatch. Migration is nearly universal within the animal kingdom; mobility is a defining trait in animals across the globe that fly, swim, walk or drift in their effort to find food, a more hospitable climate or places to breed. Come take a full moon stroll and learn more! At last Spring’s Wildlife Wander, a moose appeared as if on cue. What will we see and hear September 26?
Join HawkWatch in celebrating the anniversary of the Wild about Birds Nature Center! Visit with the HWI Education Birds, learn about local bird species, and revel all things feathered. There will be door prizes, treats and suprises so don't miss out on the fun!
Join the HawkWatch crew and some of their fine feathered friends for the opportunity to observe live raptors up-close and examine a variety of specimens-feathers, eggs, and claws! Meet the HawkWatch experts, discover how to identify common birds in your communities, and learn about local bird conservation efforts in Utah.
This is your opportunity to learn more about birds of prey and what HawkWatch International is doing to protect them and our shared environment.
Museum admission fees apply. For questions, contact NHMU at 801-581-4303.
Pass through the mists of myth and time and join the HawkWatch raptors in King Arthur's Camelot! Explore the Garden and discover more about nature’s hidden ties to the people and places of an England long ago.