What is that animal?
Winter is a busy time in the woods for our animal neighbors and trying to identify all those animal tracks in the snow is hard. Join us for a virtual wildlife tracking tour through Vermont’s woods. We will learn how knowing animal behaviors, identifying habitat, and recognizing the type of gait can help identify tracks in the snow. Learn how gathering clues about the surrounding habitat and how the animal moved thorough it can help you discover who is out in the woods with you when you are out hiking, skiing, or snowshoeing. For beginners and experienced trackers.
- Pieter van Loon, VLT lead forester
- Chris Bernier, Vermont Dept Fish and Wildlife
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
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