The Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition invites everyone to an evening of hands-on learning about Maine mammals. So often our sightings outdoors are of sign, and not the makers. It is exciting to know who we are following on a trail.
The program is on Thursday, January 18, at 6:30 p.m. at the Belfast Library. Dorcas Miller, tracker and founder of the Maine Master Naturalist Program, will teach us with her collection of prints in clay, plaster casts, skulls, scat and other sign. Her new 2017 edition of Track Finder, a guide to mammal tracking, will be available for purchase.
The program will be followed by a tracking morning at Stover Preserve, Doak Road, Belfast, on Saturday, Feb. 3, from 10 a.m.- 12 noon. For more information, please visit us at belfastbaywatershed.org
This program is free and open to all.
The Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition works to support conservation and stewardship of natural, scenic, and public access resources of the Belfast Bay watershed through research, community-building, and education.