Ogden Nature Center

  • UT


966 West 12th Street
United States

About Us

The mission of the Ogden Nature Center is to unite people with nature and to nurture appreciation and stewardship of the environment.

We are a 152-acre wildlife sanctuary with almost two miles of trails, treehouses, observation towers. and a human size mouse hole. We provide fun nature education programs tied to Utah's science core curriculum for elementary-aged children and a variety of community programs for people of all ages.

Bring your binoculars - you may spot deer, wild turkeys, beaver, muskrat, fox - and you'll definitely see many different kinds of birds that inhabit our ponds, grasslands, woods, and wetlands. Visit non- releasable native birds of prey, like a Bald Eagle that can no longer fly and a Great Horned Owl that never learned how to hunt, along with an American White Pelican, or enjoy our birdhouse exhibit and gardens.