Wildlife Tracking Workshop at Old Pine Farm Natural Lands Trust
Join Elizabeth Kligge at Old Pine Farm Natural Lands Trust on February 17 at 2 p.m. for a Wildlife Tracking workshop, part of their Walk in the Wild series. Animals live secret lives all around us. Wildlife tracking is about building relationships with those animals through the clues they leave behind. Being able to interpret what we see brings the stories of the landscape to life and makes us better stewards of the land. This workshop will focus on tracking identification for more than 20 common local species. All attendees will leave with an at-a-glance field guide to animal tracks.
Kligge grew up gardening and exploring the local wild places near Reading, Pennsylvania. She learned about her first wild plants from her parents, near the creek that runs through their land, and eventually went on to study primitive survival and teach her own workshops across the United States. She is an avid naturalist, with a particular interest in tracking, hunter-gatherer and homesteading skills. She is also a certified permaculture designer.
Attendees are asked to meet at the Willoughby House at the end of Pine Avenue, off Good Intent Road, in Blackwood Terrace. There is an additional small parking lot available at the end of Rankin Avenue, one block from Pine Avenue.
Cost: Free. Suggested donation of $5-$20, sliding scale. Location: 340 Pine Ave.,
Deptford. For more information, call Charles White at 856-217-9138. Visit Facebook for changes and directions.
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