Wild Signs Walking Tour at Creek Farm

Often times while out in the woods we may think we are alone or with only a few animals around us. We are actually surrounded by wildlife, and they see us more often than we see them! They do leave signs and traces, allowing us to piece together who has been there and also clues to what they were doing. Folks of all ages and stages, join our Education Program Coordinator and naturalist, Sarah Kern, for an investigative walk along Creek Farm’s Little Harbor Loop Trail. Sarah has worked with wildlife and enjoys leading tracking walks as well as exploring nature. We will be on the lookout for signs of wild neighbors including tracks, evidence of dining/chewing, scat and more! If you have binoculars, they are always a great tool to have on the trail so be sure to bring them. Also, please remember to dress appropriately for the weather so as to be able to enjoy exploring for longer!

REGISTER: This program is free for Forest Society members, $10 for non-members. Free for kids! Pre-registration is required. Register via the link below. (Registration will close on Friday, February 4 at noon or when the spaces have been filled).

**All portions of this program will be held outdoors so please dress accordingly**

(Not sure if you are an active member or want to join? Email Tina Ripley at tripley@forestsociety.org to help. Or, you can renew or purchase a membership online and then come back to this page.)



 Dave Anderson)Sarah grew up on the east coast while traveling to visit family out west and learned to love the outdoors through camping, hiking and exploring. She joined the Forest Society in 2021 bringing with her over 25 years of educator experience in a wide variety of settings both formal and informal. From public school classrooms to private, preschool to university, Sarah has found that connecting and learning with her community is what inspires her. 

After leaving public school education, Sarah grew the education program at the Center for Wildlife by 70% in just 3 years, allowing the community to connect with and learn about the environment we live in and how our health is intertwined. Creek Farm brings all of her passions together from flora to fauna, history and future, and most importantly the dynamic community that has so much to share! Sarah lives in Strafford, New Hampshire with her two children and a menagerie of rescued animals and can be found skiing in the winter, kayaking in the summer and always looking up to see who is flying overhead.

Forest Society Education Center at Creek Farm

PortsmouthRockingham County, New Hampshire 03801