Where We Say Fun With a Forked Tongue
Welcome to our site! We provide reptile & bird shows for special events!
Public Hours: Every Monday & Wednesday 4pm - 8pm and every Saturday morning from 10am - 4pm. Our showroom and retail store are located at 3584 S. 1950 W., #13, WVC, UT 84119.
RETAIL SHOP & PUBLIC HOURS
Monday & Wednesday 4pm - 8pm and Saturday 10am - 4pm. (New winter hours) Yearly memberships now available for purchase.
Scales and Tails provides entertaining reptile and bird shows year round. We are capable of performing shows indoors as well as outdoors (weather permitting). We are also capable of doing multiple shows at the same time in different locations.
We offer entertaining, educational, and interactive reptile and bird shows to cities all over Utah including but not limited to Salt Lake City, Provo, Ogden, Sandy, Draper, Layton, Clearfield, West Jordan, Alpine and many other cities. We will travel to your location and perform our show for your child’s birthday, scout group, classroom or school assembly. We also perform at fairs, festivals, carnivals, field trips, family reunions, corporate events, and pretty much any kind of event that you would have us come to!
Blog Updates & More
New Public Hours for the Winter 2015-2016
Attention Scales & Tails Patrons: As of November 16th, we will be reducing our Monday and Wednesday hours. They will now be 4pm – 8pm until Spring. (With exception, we’ll be open the following Holiday dates for normal hours 12pm – 8pm on: 12/2, 12/21, 12/23, 12/28, 12/30, 1/6, 1/18, 2/3 and 2/15) Due to […]
Venom Day – May 2nd, 2015
Scales and tails Utah will be hosting a Venom Day on Saturday May 2nd from 10-4pm with scheduled short presentations at specific times by local experts. Topic will be: – Venomous and poisonous animals, – Utah laws and regulations, – Misconceptions, – Venom protocols, – Bite/sting first aid, safety, etc. Short presentations…
What do you do with an alligator in your bathtub?
What do you do with an alligator in your bathtub? The short answer to the title of this piece is that you don’t put it there in the first place. I’m very pro freedom when it comes to owning most reptiles. I have been into thousands of homes and many have shown me their […]
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