Birds' Utah stopover: When the weather gets warmer, the swans head for Alaska or Canada

Mar 9 2011 - 3:25pm

The tundra swan chooses Great Salt Lake and surrounding wetlands as one of its favorite wintering grounds, and now is the peak time in Utah to see this majestic bird.

You can see hundreds or even thousands of tundra swans in Northern Utah this time of year, and the state's official Tundra Swan Day provides an ideal introduction to the birdwatching event. The wildlife viewing will be held Saturday at three locations in Northern Utah.Story:

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