Animal Tracking, DPNCSaturday March 6, 2021
2:00 PM until 3:30 PM
Animal Tracking presented by the Dennison Pequotsepos Nature Center
Zoom Presentation March 6th @ 2:00 PM
What is animal tracking? Animal Tracking is the ability to gather evidence of local wildlife like tracks, scat & other animal sign, and then use these clues to interpret animal behavior and locate wildlife in the environment.
What Is A Track? A track is the impression of an animals foot after it walks in any soft substrate like sand, mud, silt or snow. Animal tracks tell the stories of the wild: winter snow or mud are ideal conditions for spotting tracks.
In this Zoom presentation you will learn to identify the tracks of local wildlife as well as how to interpret the stories they tell. In addition, you will also meet an owl who leaves telltale tracks behind from a hunt!
Presented by the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center in Mystic, CT. Founded in 1946, DPNC provides environmental education programming for all ages on a wide variety of natural history and environmental science topics.
This program is sponsored by the
Friends of the Lyme Library and the Lyme Land Trust.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. You will be sent the Zoom link several days before the program.
to go to the Lyme Public Library