Have you ever wondered what sort of paw prints you were looking at in the snow?
Join Green Mtn. Conservation Group for an native animal tracking workshop led by NH wildlife expert Barbara Bald, on Saturday, February 2, 2019, from 10:30AM – 12:30PM at the Blue Heron House in Effingham, New Hampshire.
Naturalist Barbara Bald taught science to sixth-grade students in Gilford, NH for 22 years, has worked with Green Mountain Conservation Group conducting macro invertebrate sampling, and helps facilitate the Sense of Place program for second graders in schools around Maine. She studied tracking with Paul Rezendes and his senior trackers, along with members of the Appalachian Mountain Club and staff of the White Pines program in Maine. Bald has been tracking animals for 16 years, but with so much to learn about the land and the creatures that live in it, she still considers herself an intermediate tracker.
Participants will be spending some time observing casts of tracks, pelts, quills and more before heading out into the forest to explore. Dress warmly and come prepared to trek through the woods. This event is fun for the whole family! This is a FREE event, donations accepted.
If you plan to participate in this event, please RSVP by calling (603) 539-1859 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.