Seventh Grade Utah Studies Students Visit Antelope Island

by Lois Terry
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On Thursday, March 16th, some of the 7th grade Utah Studies students went to Antelope Island in the Great Salt Lake. 

While there they went to the Visitor’s Center where they were able to explore the history of Antelope Island and listen to a Utah State naturalist talk about the plants and animals they could see on the island. They also were able to hike to the top of Buffalo Point and view the panorama of the Great Salt Lake. 

And after a bite of lunch, of course, they got to stop at the beach and experience the lake itself.  It was an exciting experience for all as they got a close up look at a herd of bison and some prong-horn antelope. 

A special thank you goes to the parent volunteers who accompanied us on the trip.