Come fly over America's Dead Sea and largest saltwater lake in the western hemisphere through the eyes of its shorebirds. Witness the environment that provides habitat for millions of brine shrimp, waterfowl, coyotes, buffalo, and native birds.
This lake stands proudly as the last remnant of ancient lake bonneville, and for the first time in its history, we are privileged to see much of its prehistoric microbialite reef due to years of sustained drought and receding shoreline. There is beauty in its vastness. Do not miss the rare opportunity to change your perspective, and be among the few who gets to truly see.