Join the Columbia County Soil and Water Conservation District (www.ccswcd.org) for an animal tracking hike on Saturday (March 2, 2019). Hikers will look for signs of wildlife and learn about the natural history of local animals. The program will start at Mud Creek Environmental Learning Center where Pamela Price, Certified Wildlife Biologist and Education Program Coordinator will give a brief talk about identifying animal tracks. Afterward, head out to the trail to enjoy the brisk winter air and use your new knowledge to spot tracks and traces left by rabbits, foxes, deer, and perhaps even a bobcat. The hike is a snow or no snow event!
Columbia County Soil and Water Conservation District provides educational programs and services to help residents and communities manage and protect the natural resources of Columbia County.
Saturday, March 2, 2019: 12pm – 1:30pm
Mud Creek Environmental Learning Center
Ghent, NY 12075
REGISTRATION – This event is free, however, registration is requested….please call Pamela Price at 518-267-3313.
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