Jr. Ranger Program-Wildlife Detectives

Saturday, Mar 25, 2017 02:00 – 04:00
Utah, United States

Join Antelope Island State Park Rangers in the visitors center at 2:00 pm and learn how to find clues about the wildlife living in the area. Come and find out what signs animals leave behind and how to identify them. Wear walking shoes and dress for the weather. This program is geared for ages 12 and under but all ages are welcome. Children attending the program will earn a Antelope Island Jr. Ranger Badge.

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Why We Care

  • The whole environment of Great Salt Lake is a place of wonder. Life abounds in water, on islands, and about the marshland edges where migratory birds find refuge during long flights north and south. It is also a source of income for companies around its rim (unfortunately). Challenges for the Lake today are balancing acts. We must continue to foster the generous gifts the Lake provides for wildlife, community, and visitors as well as make peace with the human intrusions that threaten not only the Lake’s beauty, but also its very existence as the bountiful center of a thriving community along the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains.

    Maurine Haltiner, Alfred Lambourne Prize Participant

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