The ground beneath your feet is full of stories just waiting to be discovered! Come learn your tracking ABC’s with Joe Kreuzman, senior instructor at Coyote Trails— you might never look at the ground the same way again...
Tap into your wildlife connections and learn about local fauna. Joe will lead a hike to introduce us to reading the signs of wildlife, what it tells us about their travels and behavior, and the implications for our local, interconnected landscape.
Tracking is both a science and an art, and is fun for all ages. As one of the oldest human practices, this activity will enrich any outdoor experience for the rest of your life!
For more information about this event, please contact Genevieve Perdue at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-620-5754.
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Joe Kreuzman, Coyote Trails Nature Center
Suitability: Open to ages 15+. No experience required.
Difficulty: Involves hiking 1.3+ miles on uneven terrain.
Things to Bring: Sturdy walking shoes, suitable hiking attire, long pants, rain jacket, hat with a brim, snack, and refillable water bottle.