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 Top ten wildlife watching events

There's something to see in every season.

Bob Walters
Bob Walters is the DWR's Watchable Wildlife program coordinator. He is an avid birder who loves Utah's amazing wildlife, particularly Salt Lake City's resident peregrine falcons.

Whether it’s winter, summer or somewhere in between, there’s always something exciting to see in Utah. We hold a variety of Watchable Wildlife program events across the state throughout the year. For specific activity dates, visit the Wildlife Calendar.

Here’s a quick look at 10 of our most popular annual activities:

  1. Peregrine falcon cam (ongoing in springtime)
  2. Moab Bighorn Sheep Festival (November)
  3. Great Salt Lake Bird Festival (May)
  4. Rocky Mountain Goat Viewing Field Trip (April)
  5. Utah Bald Eagle Days (February)
  6. Hardware Ranch Elk Festival (October)
  7. The Day of the Condor (June)
  8. Strawberry Wildlife Festival (September)
  9. St. George Winter Bird Festival (January)
  10. Utah Snow Goose Festival (Late February or early March)

When the sky turns white with snow geese

When the sky turns white with snow geese

Make sure you get more than a glimpse of Utah’s amazing wildlife. Check out specific activity dates in the Wildlife Calendar and join us at an event this year!

Here are two videos from past watchable wildlife events:

3 Responses to Top ten wildlife watching events

  1. [...] Unfortunately, humans aren’t as mobile as the animals we enjoy watching. It’s easy to get frustrated when creatures are there one moment and gone the next. That’s why you should plan to attend one of Utah’s many upcoming Watchable Wildlife program events. [...]

  2. Hey Bob,
    This is a really great top ten list, the videos were the best part, thanks for posting them. I think that the Great Salt Lake Bird Festival should be #2, it is a fabulous time. You can post this to our site toptentopten.com and then link back to your site. The coolest feature is you can let other people vote on the rankings of your list.

  3. I like the whole blog idea, wondering if we could start a wildlife sighting thread?
    rockymountainwildlifephotos.com

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