Nature Walk in the National Wildlife Reserve at The Great Salt Lake

Natural habitat full of God's creatures.

Natural habitat full of God’s creatures.

We walked the 1.25 mile nature path at the The Great Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge.  We saw the migratory birds, scat and tracks of White Tail Deer and fawns, raccoon, beavers, coyotes, and some tracks that weren’t familiar to us the city-slickers.

We heard the calls of the birds, their songs and the raccoon rattles letting us know that we were getting too close to them and their babies.
The wildflowers and fruit were  in  abundance.  This was one of the best nature trails that we have walked.

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