You do not want to miss this incredible seminar, The Art of Tracking! You will hear from Meghan Walla-Murphy, a Biologist, about the art of tracking animals in the wild.
This event will take place on Saturday, February 22nd, 2014 from 9:00am-3:00pm at the Bodega Dunes Campground.
All participants will receive further details after registration.
TO BODEGA DUNES: Bodega Dunes (Click for Google Map)
3095 California 1, Bodega Bay, CA
Cost: Stewards Members-$10, Non-Members-$20
(Nobody is turned away for inability to pay, contact our office)
Register for this seminar now at www.stewardsofthecoastandredwoods.org!
In this field seminar, Meghan will share the discipline and mechanics of tracking while she delves into the Art of Seeing. Most people are astonished by what can be elucidated about animal behavior with these techniques. Meghan will also address tracking as a non-invasive way to research and conserve wildlife that leaves both observer and observed at peace.
DON’T FORGET TO BRING A LUNCH!!
Anyone interested in volunteering for our programs will need to first register through our website: www.stewardsofthecoastandredwoods.org and will also be required to attend one of our General Volunteers in Parks Orientations (March 15th, 2014 is our next session).
Things to bring/remember:
*BRING A LUNCH
Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods is a non-profit organization that works with all the State Parks in the Russian River and Mendocino Districts. We support education, restoration and protection for our parks.
For a list of all our upcoming Orientations, Trainings and Seminars visit: http://www.stewardsofthecoastandredwoods.org/pe_seminars.htm