Wildlife Tracking: Predators, Patterns and Prints

    Sat, Feb 15, 2014

    Times: 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

    Venue: Northfield Mountain Recreation and Environmental Center

    99 Millers Falls Road, Northfield, MA 01360

    Contact:

    william.gabriel@gdfsuezna.com

    413-659-4426

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    Learn how to identify the tracks left behind by local wildlife. The stories they leave in the snow can offer fascinating glimpses into their mysterious lives. Perhaps we'll find signs of fox and porcupine, or the elusive and secretive fisher? This outdoor program will include an introduction to common track patterns and helpful tips for observing prints as well as the opportunity to follow tracks and sign to learn more about an animal's behavior. We'll explore the trails, field edges and forests as we search for clues and discover which animals are active in winter. Participants should be in moderate shape and the program will include some off-trail tracking. If we are open for skiing, snowshoes are required. For ages 12 and older. Free, $16 with snowshoe rentals. Please call to pre-register 1-800-859-2960.

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