Supporting the Great Salt Lake Nature Center
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Great Salt Lake Nature Center
Do you know why hundreds of thousands of birds migrate to the Great Salt Lake? Do you know what a Brine Shrimp looks like?
Utah Wildlife in Need is helping educate all about the Great Salt Lake ecosystem and how it supports wildlife, migrating birds, wetlands, Brine Shrimp harvest, recreation and industry through programs and facilities at the Great Salt Lake Learning Center.
Come see our new Nature Trail!
Take a journey into the heart of the marsh and ecosystem via the new 1.5 mile boardwalk trail. The trail is the Nature Center’s new outdoor classroom where over 4,000 Utah schoolchildren will learn about the Great Salt Lake and see nature come alive before their eyes. The trail features two observation blinds over the Nature Center’s rest pond where you canquietly view birds and waterfowl or take that picture of a lifetime.
The trail was dedicated and opened to the public on May 14, 2010, during a ceremony where we honored our generous donors, partners, and volunteers who made it all possible. Bring the family for an amazing outdoor experience and a wonderful stroll through this unique resource.
There are still opportunities for you to make a financial contribution to the trail project. There are still many naming opportunities for individual and corporate gifts including the sponsorship of benches, observation blinds, and individual sections of trail. Please contact UWIN for more information or make a contribution on-line!