Great Salt Lake Nature Center

Standard Hours of Operation Are:

Monday-Sunday

8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Unless staff are called off-site for outreach education or presentations

 
 



Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area is located at 1325 West Glover Lane

(925 South) in Farmington, Utah.

The Great Salt Lake Nature Center at Farmington Bay WMA is located at 1700 West Glover Lane in Farmington, Utah.

 

We Need MORE Volunteers to Have Fun Helping with

Our Educational Programs RIGHT NOW!!!

We are looking for people who LOVE the outdoors and want to inspire that love in our youth AND the general public. If you would like to learn and share information about migratory birds, wetlands and the Great Salt Lake Ecosystem, then THIS is the volunteer opportunity you have been looking for!

Our new facility is phenomenally popular with schools and the public, so we are bursting at the seams with fieldtrips and our drop-in visitation is steadily growing. If you would like to help with fieldtrips and/or become a Nature Center Host, please contact Justina to learn more about training and the program in general.

Hope to hear from you soon!

For more info:

Contact Justina Parsons-Bernstein, Education Specialist Farmington Bay WMA

(801) 589-2373  

jparsonsbernstein@utah.gov  

 

Nesting Season at Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area

March 1st to September 15th

Sixty species of birds choose to nest at Farmington Bay WMA--these include waterfowl, shorebird, raptor and songbird species. Because we want these birds to successfully court, nest and raise their young, many parts of the Waterfowl Management Area are off-limits through the duration of the nesting season. Please stay ON the roads and trails and viewing areas that have been designated as great places to view our wildlife without disrupting them.

For more info:

Contact Justina Parsons-Bernstein, Education Specialist Farmington Bay WMA

(801) 589-2373  

jparsonsbernstein@utah.gov  

 

9th Annual Great Salt Lake Bird Festival

May 15th to 19th, 2008

This event is headquartered at the Davis County Fairgrounds and draws people of all ages who have an interest in birds and nature. The weeks events include field trips to bird watching locations throughout northern Utah; workshops and lectures on birding and wildlife topics; live birds and animals; an art exhibit; and local vendors and exhibitors.

For more information, go to www.greatsaltlakebirdfest.com or call 801-451-3286.

 


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