Talk on naturalist tracker skills tomorrow
January 29, 2013
Naturalist wildlife trackers Scot Woodland and Rick Berry will give a free talk at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the BriarPatch Co-op. The pair will touch on a host of topics, including ecological mapping, nature awareness, gait patterns, wildlife track and sign, sit spots and the art of questioning.
Both Woodland and Berry are certified in Track and Sign Interpretation by senior tracker Mark Elbroch. For information on this presentation and upcoming tracking programs, call 530-272-2037 or visit http://www.4eee.org.
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