New facility for wildlife rescues under construction in Southwest Utah


The Southwest Wildlife Basis of Utah is getting a brand new facility in Enoch with help from donations and the Enoch neighborhood.  

Marin Tyner is the CEO and founding father of the Southwest Wildlife Basis of Utah, and he visited the Silver Reef Museum over the weekend to point out Southern Utah what his basis does and educate them on birds of prey.  

Tyner is a federally licensed falconer and the primary man in North America to coach wild golden eagles in falconry. He created his non-profit in 1997 and has been based mostly in Enoch ever since, although he does journey all around the U.S. to rescue wildlife and train environmental schooling.