Ever wonder what passes by your house when you are not around? Learn about the fascinating world of animal tracking when Flanders hosts Connecticut Conservation Ambassador Michael Grady who will lead a program on Saturday, February 18 at 12:30 PM.at Flanders Nature Center located in Woodbury on Flanders Road. Michael will introduce his talk in the Flanders Sugar House, located a quarter mile from the intersection of Church Hill and Flanders Road in Woodbury.
The group will then move outside to the trails of the Flanders Van Vleck Sanctuary where they will search for and identify tracks, signs and scat of the local wildlife. Please dress for the weather. The cost for the tracking workshop is $10 for members and $15 for non-members. Those interested may register online at http://www.flandersnaturecenter.org or call 203-263-3711, ext. 10, for more information.
Flanders Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust acquires, preserves and manages land; and uses the land to promote understanding and appreciation of nature, art and the environment. Founded by artist, farmer and environmentalist Natalie Van Vleck, Flanders provides a variety of environmental education programs year-round, designed to bring a deeper understanding of art, nature and farming to children, youth and adults in the Woodbury region and throughout Connecticut.