Spend a fabulous long weekend immersed in the art and science of wildlife tracking, surrounded by a supportive community of women who love traipsing through Rowe’s beautiful forests looking at footprints in snow and mud, and at scratch-marks on trees, and learning about nature!
Click on the link below to see what the previous W&T was all about, and a brief bio of the women leading the workshops:
An Introduction to New England Tracking, 3 Sundays in the Fall –
an all day exploration (9 am -3 pm) with Kersey Lawrence and Lee Gutteridge in the Connecticut fields and forests, bring water, lunch and appropriate clothing for inclement weather! We will primarily focus on identifying and interpreting the tracks and sign of local species, including: mammals, birds, invertebrates, reptiles and amphibians; but we may also spend some time trailing deer, moose, or bear if we find a fresh trail. $35 per person, per Sunday, 10 person maximum – contact us and sign up early to reserve your spot! Exact locations TBD.
Sunday, 27 Sept 2015 FULL
Sunday, 11 Oct 2015 FULL
Sunday, 15 Nov 2015 FULL
More dates coming soon!
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