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Breakfast with the Birds | Tracy Aviary

My toddler is currently obsessed with birds. Just to give you an idea, we have an inflatable swimming pool that has been sitting in the middle of our living room the past month rather than outside because my son has turned it upside down and been pretending it is a bird’s nest. He sits in the middle of the “nest” acting like a baby bird and then assigns me the role of the mama bird. Our bird game isn’t complete until the mama bird tosses worms (strands of yarn) into the nest for him to “eat.” As you can imagine

Giveaway | Tracy Aviary | First Timer Visit

I took my younger two kids to the Tracy Aviary for the first time. I was pleasantly surprised by the deceptively large aviary found on the southwest corner of Liberty Park's 8-acres. First thing I noticed, accessible parking. There is a separate parking lot for the Tracy Aviary so you don't have to park along the narrow loop of Liberty Park. Once inside we went straight to the Utah Wetlands experience. This exhibit has been designed to replicate the birds and plants indigenous to the Great Salt Lake. The star attraction was not the birds nor plants, but the edible

Family Volunteer Fun at the Tracy Aviary!

Think about the last time you volunteered your talents or time to an important cause. How did volunteering make you feel? We all lead busy lives and if you are a regular Salt Project reader you probably also like to spend any free time you have adventuring and exploring where you live. But, just because we are all busy, doesn’t mean we can’t find time to volunteer. What if we told you that you could volunteer locally at some of the same places you already like to spend your free time? All it takes is a little initiative and some

Little Chicks Class at Tracy Aviary | Registration Open Now!

We’re pretty big fans of Tracy Aviary. It really is our favorite “zoo” type experience in Utah...and it just keeps getting better and better! If you’re like us, and visit Tracy Aviary often, you’ll be happy to know that they also offer classes for young kids! Tracy Aviary was kind enough to host us for a series of their Little Chicks class. We didn’t know what to expect but were pleasantly surprised! The Little Chicks class that we attended was designed for kids ages 3-4. In the class, kids are able to participate in all sorts of fun and educational

Video | Little Chicks at Tracy Aviary

Hello! Things have been pretty quiet here on The Salt Project...mainly because it's our Birthday! Get ready, we're going to have lots and lots of stuff to giveaway. So be sure to watch our feed NEXT WEEK! In the meantime, here's a video that I put together from a few weeks ago. The Salt Project was able to attend Little Chicks (which you can register for now!) at Tracy Aviary. When we found out they had classes for 2-5 years olds we jumped right on it! My kids always seem to be just too young for classes, so I was
Tracy Aviary | Salt Lake City | Video harm Mon, 05/23/2016 - 22:18
We were able to tour Tracy Aviary last week and it was soo beautiful. Seriously, a hidden gem. I had NO idea it was this lovely. We'll be sharing photos and a giveaway soon but here's a little video about our morning. What's your favorite part about Tracy Aviary? Any secrets or favorite picnic areas?

Giveaway | Tracy Aviary | Salt Lake City | Adventurin'

We were able to tour Tracy Aviary for the first time! (Well, for me.) Brittney has been there multiple times, but for some reason, I hadn't. In my mind, I had envisioned this little place with a few birds that was "okay" to visit. Man, I was COMPLETELY wrong. Tracy Aviary is right in the middle of Liberty park, with 8 acres covered with big shady trees. Since it was my first time everything was very magical. So I've put together a list of things you've got to do at Tracy Aviary! Feed the Sun Conures Our first stop was

Tracy Aviary | Halloween Hoot | Adventurin'

The Tracy Aviary hosted Brittney and her family for their annual Halloween Hoot. Be sure to read through the end of the post...you won't regret it! 1. Half off Admission for anyone wearing a costume Let’s be honest, everything is more fun when you’re dressed up! Since there is a pretty big perk to getting dressed up, Tracy Aviary during Halloween Hoot is filled with fun costumes and Halloween cheer. 2. The Craft Table My oldest is a craft fanatic so the craft table HAD to be our first stop. They made these fun suncatchers by sticking feathers and leaves

Tracy Aviary | Wild Wednesdays for $1

Smoking deal! From November until March you can get into the Tracy Aviary for just a buck! (Normally it's $7 for adults!) "Tracy Aviary is open year-round, so why not take advantage of the slower season by getting to spend more quality time with the birds? Without the bustling crowds of the summer, Tracy Aviary is a beautiful place to come relax next to some roaming peafowl, watch the keas play with all kinds of fun toys, and hide out in the tropical warmth of the South American Pavilion. Free-flight encounters are held in a beautiful, heated space as well
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