Workshop Leader: Taylor Ruhle, South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) Nature Educator
Winter is one of the best times to see animal tracks left behind in the snow. Animals are not always seen, but you can still tell they are around based on their footprints. Join us for a brief walk around Vineyard Field to find animal tracks. Following the walk, children will make their very own footprint depression using plaster. Participants will have to pick up their crafts later in the day, to allow the plaster to dry. Material fee $5.
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