The Bison herds of Antelope Island, remnants of the once great American herds, transplanted to the island in 1893 in order to start up a hunting business.
Fielding Garr Ranch. An opportunity to commune with a curious weasel. I also found out that the wool from black sheep was worth a lot less than the wool from white sheep, but ranchers used to dot their flock with black sheep as placemarkers, since they were easier to count from a distance.
The Great Salt Lake. Salt-encrusted beaches, swarms of brine flies and perfectly still water.