Date(s) - Wed, Feb 03, 2021
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
What Walks, Hops, Leaps, Waddles & Bounds in the Forested Landscape with Barbara Bald
Are you curious about what might be visiting your favorite spaces when you aren’t around? Then join us VIRTUALLY to learn about some of the animals that might be frequent visitors. We’ll look at some of the clues they might leave behind to tell you they’ve been there.
Through on-site photographs, we’ll examine animal signs, tracks, track patterns, and more from the winter landscape.Then, next time it snows, you can, socially distanced of course, head out into the forest to see what you can discover. Come share your knowledge of the woods and what lives there. No need for snowshoes this time around!
Facilitator: Barbara Bald
Barbara taught science to sixth grade students in Gilford, NH for 22 years, worked with NH-based Green Mountain Conservation Group’s Volunteer Biological Assessment Program and helped facilitate the Sense of Place program for second graders in schools in Maine. She studied tracking with Paul Rezendes and his senior trackers, with members of the AMC and staff of the White Pines program in Maine. Barbara has been tracking animals for over 20 years, but with so much to learn about the land and the creatures that live in it, she still considers herself an intermediate tracker.
Visit her website at: https://www.barbarabald.com
Event Creator Details
- Name : MOAC