This world-class museum is the only wildlife museum in Utah dedicated to providing valuable education about wildlife and wildlife habitats in the US. Robert Driedonks who is the owner and curation stated, "We want to make the public aware of the challenges to wildlife in the world. Global warming, urbanization, and over-use of nature threaten wildlife and its habitats. We must teach people that we share the planet with animals that depend on humans to behave responsibly. The dioramas show the animals in their natural habitats and their coexistence with other animals in their environment. Contrary to other museums, we present the animals at ease and relaxed, and not hunting or attacking other animals. The changes that we implemented are a significant addition to the education of our visitors." Open seven days a week 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.