Women’s Wildlife Tracking Day
Date: Saturday, February 24th, 2018, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm.
Location: High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary near Shelburne, MA.
Cost: $40 – 60 (sliding scale). Scholarships available.
Ages: Adults 18+. Motivated teenagers considered.
Join tracker Kathy Dean (co-founder of Her Wild Roots) out on the snows to build your ecological literacy and find out what the animals are up to in the cold weather! Right now Bobcats are seeking prey, coyotes and foxes are marking in preparation for the February mating season. Whose tracks will we see? Who will we be able to trail over the snows? Come with us and find out!
In this beginner-friendly experiential workshop we will wander over the beautiful land of Franklin County covering basic tracking curriculum, engaging with the natural world around us, connecting with other women interested in wildlife tracking, and having fun!
This workshop is open to all female-identified people.
About the instructor
Kathy Dean is has been teaching in the outdoor adventure and nature connection fields for more than 20 years. Together with Jean Bergstrom she co-founded Her Wild Roots, which offers nature education programs for women. She devotes most of her dirt time and study to animal tracking and bird language, as these are two of her biggest loves.
- Maximum 10 participants
- Register by completing the form below and clicking “SUBMIT”
- Make a payment either:
- Online via credit card or Paypal by filling out the box to the right
- Send a check payable to “Vermont Wilderness School” to: VWS, PO Box 2585, Brattleboro, VT 05303