There is nothing more exciting than discovering how nature works and how animals survive in the harsh wintertime, and nothing more inspiring than finding out what the signs of spring look like.
Join visiting educator and wilderness expert, Vince Walsh, of the Kawing Crow Awareness Center for a hands-on, experiential workshop that explores animals’ strategies for winter survival through animal tracking, finding clues, identifying and interpreting nature’s hidden treasures.
This family event is designed for adults and children ages 5 and up. (Please note: This is not a drop-off program, it’s a family-oriented experience, so we invite parents to attend and participate with their children on this occasion.)
Warm, waterproof clothing and boots strongly recommended!
To Register: Space is limited and advance registration is required. For more information or to register: email [email protected] or call 914-217-9249.