Wildlife in Utah

Utah's diverse climate and terrain is home to over 600 species of mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians. Naturalists, pack your rucksacks with field journals and your best pair of binoculars. Settle in, and enjoy our other citizens. Read more...

 

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Rare Sightings

Is Davis the land where the buffalo roam?

Ogden

Home to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah

Birdwatchers Unite

At the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge

Outdoor Museum

Utah's wildlife is as diverse as its landscapes.

Ogden

Home to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah

For When Wildlife Approaches

Visit Wild Aware Utah

Blessed by Water, Worked by Hand

Bear River Heritage Area

Ogden

Home to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah

Sleep Tight

Find a place to stay

Area Maps

When cell service fails...

Fishing

Heber rivers wont dissapoint

3 Reasons You Should Visit the Natural History Museum of Utah

They may be dead, but they aren't gone

 

Refuges & Natural Areas


Along the Wasatch Front, the Ogden Nature Center (801-621-7595) is the only city-centered nature habitat in the state providing a wildlife sanctuary and nature trails. Red Butte Gardens, on the Wasatch foothills east of Salt Lake City, are the home of many species of mammals and birds. But these are not the only spots popular by wildlife. View the links below for a list of some of the best wildlife observation locations in the state!

Desert bighorn sheep reside in Canyonlands, mountain goats pine their way to the Uintas, and American bison herds march along Antelope Island State Park and the Henry Mountains.

The best source of information on Utah wildlife is the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, 1594 W. North Temple, Suite 2110, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114, 801-538-4700.

 
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