(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune)
l-r Scott Hubka, son Benoit Hubka, 3, wife Virginie Dujols learn about "Storm" the Red-Tailed Hawk and its environment during Tracy Aviary's program "Exploring Our Communitrees." The program teaches participants the hidden wonders of local trees up-close and personal, and provides a few nose-to-beak experiences with some of the native birds that call them home, Saturday, January 11, 2014
Tracy Aviary ‘Communitrees’ experience features native Utah trees and birds
The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Jan 11 2014 05:33 pm • Last Updated Jan 11 2014 07:42 pm
Tracy Aviary’s Communitrees program on Saturday helped participants discover hidden wonders of local trees up-close and personal, and provided a few nose-to-beak experiences with some of the native birds that call them home.
The aviary at 589 E. 1300 South, has exhibits featuring more than two dozen bird species and is home to many more wild bird species.
For more information on the aviary and its programs, go to www.tracyaviary.org.
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