Saturday, February 19, 2022
Join us for a Winter Wildlife Tracking and Tree Identification trek through the spruce-fir forest at the Notchview Reservation. This round trip, 2-mile trek on the Hume Brook Trail will be led by Naturalist and Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center Director Aimee Gelinas M.Ed. Learn how to identify wildlife tracks, signs of wildlife, spruce-fir forest ecology and tree ID along the way. This program will be a snowshoe or hike depending on weather and terrain – Snowshoes are included.
Please arrive 30 minutes early to allow time to receive snowshoes and visit https://thetrustees.org/place/notchview/ for information on facilities and what to wear.
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Cancellation Policy: In the event that a program is canceled due to severe weather, low enrollment, or other circumstances, we will notify you as soon as possible by email and issue you a full refund or transfer. If you cannot attend a program as planned, contact Notchview 7 days prior to the start of the program to receive a full refund. Refunds will not be granted for cancellations placed fewer than 7 days before the start of the program. There are no refunds for missed programs. The Trustees reserves the right to change program locations, schedules, or instructors when necessary.
For more information about Tamarack Hollow & Naturalist Guide Aimee Gelinas visit http://www.tamarackhollownatureandculturalcenter.orgRegister