This hands on workshop will empower hikers, naturalists, hunters, biologists - anyone who spends time in the bush. Participants will learn and practice science-based methods that will enhance their ability to find animal sign. Then they will learn to interpret the evidence: tracks, scent markings and other clues. They will visit diverse habitats and enjoy the tranquil beauty of Rowe in winter. Field outings will be complemented by cozy indoor slide presentations of Susan's remarkable wildlife photography. She will also share original research and expert tips that you won't find anywhere else.
The workshop will run from Friday evening (please check with Rowe Center about exact arrival time), February 24th, through Noon on Sunday, February 26th, with on-site accommodations and meals available to participants. Space at the workshop is limited, so if interested in this for yourself, or anyone else, you should reserve a place by calling the Rowe Center at (413) 339-4954. You can find more information on this unique, highly rewarding experience at http://rowecenter.org/wp/events/walk-on-the-wild-side/