Outreach & workshops

Learn the Language of the Woods: Bow Valley Wildlife Tracking

January 21 and 22, 2022 | Ages 16+ | Proof of vaccination required

Learn the Language of the Woods

Join the Yellowstone to Yukon Initiative (Y2Y) and Fiera’s Joseph Litke in the Bow Valley to learn more about the wildlife we share space with at a free (2-hour) workshop. Explore part of the Bow Valley with an experienced wildlife tracker and scientist and learn about the different signs animals and birds of all sizes leave. From paw prints and fur to scat and trails, anyone can learn the language of the woods.  

This engaging small group workshop will prepare you to find and identify tracks and signs of wildlife while hearing about opportunities for conservation and learning a bit more about the Rocky Mountains and the importance of wildlife corridors. 

Location and Details

Workshops are 2-hours long, and participants can register for any of four time-slots over Friday and Saturday, January 21 & 22. Participants must be aged 16 or over.

Bow Valley Wildlife Tracking: Learn the Language of the Woods

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