Animal Tracks and Signs Walk
- Sun • September 1, 2019 • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Join local naturalist, permaculturalist and environmental educator Kalista Pruden on this family friendly light hike along the Columbia River to discover and learn about animal tracks and signs, and what they tell us about animal behaviour. You’ll learn about the survival strategies wildlife use, how to identify animal tracks, scat, territorial markings and feeding signs, and how to interpret the stories they tell!
Pre-registration is required for this limited space event! Register as soon as possible to reserve your spot. For more info or to sign up, please email: AvalilyPermaculture@gmail.com
What to bring: good footwear (there will be some bush trekking), dress for the weather, water, sunscreen, hat, camera.
Date: Sunday, Sept. 1st
Netting Location: Radium Mill Pond
$35 per Adult (ages 16+)
$15 per Youth (ages 6-15)
$5 per Child (age 3-5)
Infant/toddler (under age 3) is free or by donation
Interested in a private program?
Get in touch!
Kalista can program private tours and programs on many topics in many locations. Contact AvalilyPermaculture@gmail.com
- Kalista Pruden
- Radium Mill Pond, Horsethief Forest Service Road, Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia, V0A 1M0
- Event Cost: $35 per Adult (ages 16+) $15 per Youth (ages 6-15) $5 per Child (age 3-5) Infant/toddler (under age 3) is free or by donation
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