Animal tracking program at Beals Preserve


Join the Southborough Open Land Foundation Saturday for a look at animal tracking. Tracking expert David Brown will lead a walk through the Beals Preserve in town, showing participants the skills of careful observation used to identify the tracks and signs animals leave behind that help us learn about them and their relationship with their environment. The walk is limited to 20 participants, adults only, and will begin at 1 p.m. Participants are advised to dress warmly and bring snowshoes if you have them. To register, e-mail info@solf.org. Information on where to meet will be provided after registration. To learn more about Brown and his years in the field of animal tracking, visit dbwildlife.com

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