Program on animal signs takes place March 10
Join the Conserving Carolina Speaker Series at Walnut Creek Preserve on Saturday, March 10 when Wildlife Conservation Educator, Ann May, will present “Look up/Look down…Animal Signs are all Around,” a program about how to identify wildlife by the signs they leave behind.
The program will take place at the Anne Elizabeth Suratt Nature Center at Walnut Creek Preserve at 10:30 a.m.
This program is free and open to the public.
Does your bucket list have some wildlife on it that you have yet to see in person? The next best thing to seeing the real animal is seeing the signs it has left behind. These signs can be tracks, markings, slides, trails, and scat. Join us to learn how to recognize and identify wildlife scat and the fascinating things it and other animal signs can tell us about the wildlife living around us.
After many years of teaching high school biology and environmental science, Ann has spent the last decade working as an educator for the NC Wildlife Resources Commission and is the director of the Commission’s Education Hub located in Raleigh, NC.
Contact the Southeast (Polk County) office of Conserving Carolina to register for the workshop or for more information, 828-859-5060, or Pam Torlina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Submitted by Jennifer Barnett