Winter gives us an opportunity to study the evidence left behind by animals that remain active in this cold, snowy season. Animals leave behind tracks and traces: footprints, diggings, tunnels, left-over bits of food or fur and even scat. A surprising story can be told from animal droppings: nocturnal and crepuscular animals show us what they’ve been up to under the cover of darkness.
Naturalists Keith Helm and Jean Strelka will lead us on this investigative journey. Trails have been icy so please wear appropriate footwear. We have a limited supply of snow and ice cleats to lend out.
Member: $15 | Non-Member: $20