What happened here? Whose footprint is that? Join the Center for Wildlife and Mount Agamenticus Conservation Program at the Mount Agamenticus Learning Lodge to answer these questions and more!
Following an indoor environmental education program including live animal ambassadors from the Center for Wildlife, we will head outside for a walk along the Big A trail and identify the tracks and signs of our local wildlife. By recognizing the wing-prints of an owl catching its prey, or the midden left over by a red squirrel's snack, we can learn so much about our wildlife's winter habits. We will also practice making our own tracks and seeing how our actions look in the fresh fallen snow!
This will be a moderate hike, open to all ages.
Keep an eye on the Facebook event page for weather and snowfall updates from the summit!
Your donation of $8/person makes this program possible.
Reservations are required. To register, email Kristen.
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