Utah’s California Condors

California Condors are the rarest flying birds in North America. These endangered birds once hovered on the brink of extinction but now, thanks to a captive-breeding effort that began in 1987 when there were just 22 California condors left in the world, these magnificent birds are soaring in the

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Mountain Lions in Bryce Canyon Country

Mountain Lion Utah Mountain Lions are very prevalent in Utah and around the Bryce Canyon region, but are rarely seen.

The mountain lion is the largest member of the cat family in North America. These stealthy wild cats make their homes in the high mountains and rugged deserts of Bryce Canyon Country, but are rarely

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Black Bears in Bryce Canyon Region

Most people go their entire lives without seeing a bear in the wild. But if you’ll be camping on Boulder Mountain, chances are you may have some company–even if you aren’t aware of it. According to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, the black bear is currently the only species of bear native

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Bryce Wildlife Adventure Museum

The Bryce Wildlife Adventure Museum gives visitors a chance to truly experience wildlife and natural history. Located just northwest of Bryce Canyon National Park, the museum features more than 800 mounted animals from around the world exhibited in replicas of their natural habitats, as well as a

Bryce Canyon Wildlife Viewing

Bring your binoculars and your camera to view wildlife in Bryce Canyon National Park.

Bryce Canyon Raven

The elevations in this Utah National Park range from approximately 7,000 feet to 9,000 feet. Bryce Canyon is home to many types of birds and animals (large and small). The most common large birds to be seen in the

Small Wildlife – Bryce Canyon Country

Wildlife watchers always hope to catch a glimpse of brag-worthy animals: bears, Rocky Mountain elk, Peregrine falcon. Sure it happens, most people are more likely to cross paths with the many smaller animals that call Bryce Canyon Country home such as cottontail and jack rabbits, porcupines,

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