October 13, 2017 18:00pm to October 14, 2017 11:00am
Friday, October 13: 6:00 - 9:00 pm at Lincoln Acres County Park (2717 Granger Avenue, National City 91950)
Saturday, October 14: 8:00 am - 11:00 am at Border Field State Park (1500 Monument Rd, San Diego 92154)
Become a nature detective! Wildlife trackers piece together clues left behind in the environment to gain a richer picture of the variety of animals using a habitat and read the story of their behavior. Evaluate tracks and signs to determine who’s been there and what they’ve been doing.
This course will include an evening in-class session, paired with a morning field day to practice skills out on the trail at Border Field State Park. At the workshop, you’ll become familiar with common local wildlife species, learn basic track and sign identification, avoid the pitfalls of perception, learn how to distinguish between mountain lion and domestic dog tracks (which are confused more often than not), and more.
This class will be taught by SDAS Education Associate/Volunteer Manager, Jill Cooper. Jill is a trained biologist who has been tracking wildlife for more than ten years.
Prices: $60 for students and limited income
$85 for Friends members
$105 for general public
To register, click on a link below: