No Vacant Tree: The Hole Story

it’s true – wildlife is everywhere once we open our eyes

Consider this Nature’s version of CSI. Join us for No Vacant Tree: The Hole Story on Saturday, December 8 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at Headwaters Park, Crystal Lake Picnic Area.

An owl in a tree cavityTree cavities, fallen logs, thickets and holes in the ground all come into play when critters seek shelter. But this program will go beyond a simple real estate search.

Discover some tips and tricks for determining who lives where, and help search for tell-tale signs of the who’s, what’s, when’s and where’s in Nature’s drama of how wildlife copes with winter!

Barren trees will make the hunt for critter homes a bit easier as we make our way through the forest seeking animal signs past and present. Registration is not required for this program – just dress for the weather and bring along your spirit of adventure. Binoculars will be available for those who want to borrow a pair to explore the forest in a whole new way.

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