Date/TimeSunday, March 23, 2014
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Amy Marsters will lead us on a field trip about animal tracks and traces (and other neat stuff about wildlife). Amy is a wildlife biologist working for the Department of Natural Resources in Waverley, NS. It was the bears in her back yard that sparked her interest in the natural world as a child, that lead her to her educational choices. With 2 technical diplomas from Sir Sandford Fleming College School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences, and a Bsc. Wildlife biology from the University of Guelph, she has been working for the Department for over 10 years advocating ways to successfully live with wildlife.
We will hike along the trails behind the Maskwa Aquatic Club. Please meet there at 1pm and be prepared for a 2 hour hike. I highly recommend a nature journal and maybe camera to record all the cool things you will learn. We might have time for some games too!
As always, register with me at ynchalifax at yahoo.ca if you would like to attend.