Center for Wildlife’s “Making Tracks with Wildlife!” at Mount Agamenticus this Saturday 1/19!

What happened here? Whose footprint is that? 

Join Center for Wildlife and Mt. Agamenticus to answer these questions and more! Following an environmental education program including live animal ambassadors from the Center for Wildlife and a book reading of “Porcupine’s Promenade” by author Lyn Smith, we will take a walk and identify the tracks and sign of our local wildlife.

By recognizing the wing-prints of an owl catching their prey, or the midden left over by a red squirrel’s snack, we can learn so much about our wildlife’s winter habits! We will also practice making our own tracks and seeing how our actions look in the fresh fallen snow!

Open to all ages, moderate hike.

To register, please email Katie at

The Center for Wildlife presents ‘Making Tracks with Wildlife’
Mount Agamenticus Learning Lodge
Mountain Road, Cape Neddick ME
Saturday, January 19, 2019; 10:00am-12:00pm
Admission: $7 per person suggested donation

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