Who calls this wild neighborhood home? What travelers passed by under last night’s starry sky? Most of us don’t spot a lot of wild animals while out hiking, but if we hone our observation skills, we can learn to read the tracks and sign that were left behind. We can often tell what animal made them and what the animal was doing. Learn tracking basics with naturalists Betty Naughton & Jenny Natapow at this indoor presentation. Meet at the Open Space and Mountain Parks HUB North Community Room, 2520 55th Street in Boulder. Follow this link to a map. https://bouldercolorado.gov/osmp/osmp-offices This is a wheelchair-accessible location.Minimum Participants: 5
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Jenny is a naturalist, writer, and photographer living in Boulder. The landscape inspires her work and she spends as much time as possible outdoors learning, exploring, and playing. Jenny is passionate about providing her daughter with a childhood steeped in curiosity, exploration, and mud puddles because she knows, from experience, that her own free range childhood is her most valuable asset.