Maine Master Naturalists Leigh Macmillen Hayes and Dawn Wood will lead Wednesday Wanders for Loon Echo Land Trust beginning December 6 at 10am and continuing until at least March with the main focus being mammal tracking.
Have you always wondered how to identify mammal prints? Are you curious about how mammals move through the landscape? Do you love to learn? Can you tolerate a few hours of slo-mo on a cold winter morning? If you have answered yes to ALL of these questions, then you should join us for a snowshoe trek in the woods this winter. Come once or become a regular!
When: Every Other Wednesday beginning December 6 Adult Wander: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Family Wander: 12:30pm - 1:30pm Where: Locations will be announced each week, as the conditions will determine where we go. All locations will be in the Lake Region. What to Bring: Snowshoes (some available to borrow, or loan a pair from your local library if you don't have your own), layers of warm clothing, hand warmers, water, a snack, and a sense of wonder.
Other things to know: We won't move quickly and we probably won't move far as we try to identify the creators of the prints and the stories they leave behind in the snow. How to Register: Click on the registration links below to register for each session you plan to attend. Space is limited for each session. An email will be sent out to all registered participant with a location the Tuesday prior to the wander.
Thank you for joining us! We'll keep you informed with the latest news, events, and progress reports.
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Loon Echo Land Trust is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. EIN 22-2966924.
LELT is an accredited land trust. Land trust accreditation is a mark of distinction, showing that a land trust meets the highest standards for land conservation and has successfully implemented Land Trust Standards and Practices.