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Wildlife Tracking at Lincoln Community Forest

March 11 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Event Description: Join wildlife biologist, Abi Fergus, and Landmark’s Conservation Assistant, Charly Kearns, for a fun and informative snowshoe hike on the trails at Lincoln Community Forest. Abi will share wildlife tracking skills they learned while working with the Mashkiiziibii Natural Resources Department wildlife program. We’ll look for tracks, scat, and other signs of the animals that call the forest home and learn about managing forests to improve wildlife habitat.

Wildlife Biologist, Abi Fergus, earned a master’s degree researching carnivore coexistence in the farming community, and currently works as a community conservationist for the Wisconsin Tribal Conservation Advisory Council.
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A wildlife camera used for monitoring at Lincoln Community Forest captures an impressive leap from a white-tailed deer.

Location:  Main parking area at Lincoln Community Forest in Mason, WI

Hike Length: Approximately 2 miles

What to bring:  Snowshoes, clothing, footwear appropriate for winter weather, a water bottle, and snacks.

Amenities: First aid kit. No bathroom on site.

Contact: Please contact Charly Kearns for more information.

Registration: The event is free, but registration is requested.

Details

Date:
March 11
Time:
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm