Tracking Animals in Winter

How do animals survive winter’s chills?  What adaptations have they developed to keep warm and find food?  We’ll put ourselves in the paws of Thorn Creek’s woodland creatures and follow the trails in search of tracks and other spoor.  We’ll make plaster replicas of tracks to take home.

Participants should be prepared for the cold weather and be able to walk 1 mile outdoors on uneven and possibly snow-covered terrain. If weather is inclement this program will still take place inside the Nature Center.

This program is sponsored by Thorn Creek Audubon Society.

Sunday, February 25
1-3 p.m.
Free! All ages.
Children younger than age 6 must be accompanied by an adult.

Registration required by Friday, February 23
Call us at (708) 747-6320