Date: Saturday, February 10th (Snow date: Sunday, February 11th)
Ages: Adults and children over 13
Cost: $25 before February 1, $30 after
Location: Private residence in Andover, Vermont
"The Art and Science of Animal Tracking" on Saturday, February 10th is the second of two special programs with with Chris Bernier, wildlife biologist with the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife. The other program is a talk led by Bernier on the marten in Chester on Thursday, February 8th.
Space is limited for this exclusive winter animal tracking opportunity. Bernier, who will be accompanied by a state Wildlife Specialist and the Nature Museum’s Environmental Educator, will lead a 2.5 hour workshop in Andover, VT for a small group of participants.
The group will trek through the snowy landscape, discussing habitat types, animal tracking tips and tricks, forest management, and land conservation. The group will pass through terrain that is intimately familiar to Bernier while hunting for tracks of various animal species. Participants can expect a moderate hike. Snowshoes and winter gear required. In case of inclement weather, the snow date for the workshop will be Sunday, February 11th. Space is limited- buy your ticket early for this one-of-a-kind animal tracking workshop.