Mason Wildlife Exhibit
Open Monday – Friday : 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
The Mason Wildlife Exhibit, located at the S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney Natural Resources Library, features fascinating displays about North America’s indigenous wildlife. From the mighty black bear to the timid chukar, the exhibit is an outstanding place to learn more about these creatures that are so integral a part of the natural environment.
The exhibit is dedicated to increasing knowledge of and appreciation for the diverse wildlife of Utah and surrounding areas, as well as explaining the role of wildlife management in conservation. Founded in 2017, the exhibit has close to 60 kinds of fish, mammals, and birds from all over North America. All the species found at the exhibit were donated by Jerry Mason.
Experience deer, moose, elk, pronghorns, mountain lions, bighorn sheep and more
First hand look at Canada goose, tundra swans, several kinds of ducks and game birds
Unbelievable salmon, trout, perch, white sturgeon, arctic grayling, northern pike
Games and interactive media will provide hours of fun and create life long memories
Have you ever petted a mountain lion? This exhibit has fur and pelts for kids to touch
Visiting the exhibit can increase your knowledge of the world around you – feel proud
- 5260 Old Main Hill
Utah State University
- Logan, UT
- Visitor Parking Info
- Admission is alway free and open to all the public.
“The lack of power to take joy in outdoor nature is as real a misfortune as the lack of power to take joy in books.”