COVID-19 SAFE PRACTICES
Bryce Canyon Wildlife Conservation Museum, BCWCM, today announced that on April 1, it is re-opening to the public after two years of working on new additions and changes to its programs. The world-class museum is the only wildlife conservation museum in Utah dedicated to providing valuable education about wildlife and wildlife habitats in the US.
Commenting on the re-opening, museum owner and curator Robert Driedonks 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.”
Discover the Bryce Canyon area with our ATV rentals and have an opportunity to discover the magnificent beauty of the Paunsaugunt Plateau, home of Bryce Canyon National Park.
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BRYCE WILDLIFE MUSEUM
Bryce Wildlife Adventure is located near Bryce Canyon National Park, one of the most scenic areas in the country. Our focus is to provide individuals and families with exciting and healthy recreation and a chance to become acquainted with nature and local wildlife. We also showcase a large herd of live exotic deer that can be hand-fed upon request.
We are located on Byway 12, considered one of the best scenic roadways by Car and Driver Magazine. It is the ideal hub for day trips to Bryce Canyon National Park, Red Canyon State Park, Kodachrome State Park, and the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. Come and visit this incredible area and our museum for a wildlife adventure you will never forget.