FULL- Women in the Woods: Wildlife Tracking
THIS EVENT IS FULL.
Identifying and interpreting wildlife tracks can greatly expand your understanding of what species are using your land, and how wildlife respond to your habitat management activities. Join Extension wildlife biologists Haley Andreozzi and Emma Tutein for this women-focused program as they guide you through fields, forests, and wetlands in search of winter wildlife tracks and signs. You’ll also learn how to use wildlife sign to interpret wildlife behavior and habitat use. This workshop will take place entirely outdoors at the Graylag Nature Preserve in Pittsfield, so come prepared and dress for winter weather. Detailed location and parking information will be provided to registered participants.
Women in the Woods is a collaboration between UNH Cooperative Extension, NH Timberland Owners Association, the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, and other partners aimed at connecting women landowners and land managers with the resources, skills, and community they need to make informed stewardship decisions that promote healthy forest resources. For more information about Women in the Woods, visit: extension.unh.edu/womeninthewoods.
COVID-19 Safety Precautions: The program will be held entirely outdoors, limited to 15 participants, and social-distancing will be encouraged. Participants will be asked to stay home if they have tested positive for COVID-19, are waiting for COVID-19 test results, have COVID-19 symptoms, or have had close contact with a person who has tested positive for or who has symptoms of COVID-19 in advance of a field trip.
What to Bring: Dress for being outdoors in winter conditions. Bring a snack, plenty of water, and your own snowshoes or traction devices.
REGISTRATION: In order to ensure this program is accessible for all, there are three registration fee options - $5, $15, or $25. Please pay what you can. Register via UNH Extension.
Co-sponsored by: Society for the Protection of NH Forests, NH Timberland Owners Association, and Graylag Nature Preserve