Project Passenger Pigeon

Lessons from the Past for a Sustainable Future

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Passenger Pigeons in Your State, Province or Territory


(Compiled by Joel Greenberg)

Utah lacks historical records of the passenger pigeon. But 7,000 year old remains have been found at Stansbury II. This is a peninsula in the Great Salt Lake, which was once part of Lake Bonneville, a huge pluvial lake that formed 32,000 thousand years ago and largely disappeared about 18,000 years later.

Utah Locations Known to Have Passenger Pigeon Skins, Mounts, and or Skeletons:

Provo: Monte Bean Life Science Museum, Brigham Young University (may well be on display come 2014, if not before).


Your text contributions on passenger pigeons in the U.S. or Canada are welcome. Email your text notes to us. Include: first and last name, and the State or Province you reference in the Subject Line.

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