Tracking Wildlife At Oakdale This Saturday Jan. 12 At Oakdale Nature Preserve

Come to this tracking wildlife at Oakdale and learn about the age-old art of tracking. Peoples’ lives depended on knowing about the quarry they hunted in cultures of the past. Today, tracking gives us a chance to learn about what animals are present and what they are doing when we can’t see them.

Things covered will include footprints, gait, scat, chewings and thinking like an animal.

The program will start in the Mogle Center before we venture outside. Dress for the weather, including appropriate footwear for walking in snow.

For questions about this program call Richard Benning at 815-865-5279.

Tracking wildlife at Oakdale
Hosted by Northwest Illinois Audubon Society
Saturday at 10 AM – 11:30 AM
Oakdale Nature Preserve
4433 Cranes Grove Rd, Freeport, Illinois 61032
TRACKING PROGRAM at Oakdale Nature Preserve January 12 – 10:00-11:30 a.m.

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