Join volunteer naturalists for an easy one-mile hike to learn about the many ways that animals prepare for and survive winter in the high country. We’ll talk about different wintering strategies including migration, hibernation, and other adaptations. We will also look for signs of wildlife activity, including tracks, scat, and browse marks on trees and shrubs. Meeting location will be provided to registered participants.Maximum Participants: 20
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I am an avid naturalist with an academic background (WAY back background) in ecology. I participate in citizen science projects, work on my native plant landscapes and am an active birder. Love to travel with horses and dogs.
Retired Forest Service; grandparent and Combat Vietnam Veteran. Quite a combination!