Winter Ecology Walk
Saturday, January 20, 2024, 1:00 pm until 2:00 pm
Join MPL for a Winter Ecology Walk. Meet outside the Montague Center Library @ 17 Center St. Montague Go take a hike! ...In the woods, with your friends, and learn about local ecology with guide, William Randolf, from Adventure East.
The walk will begin with a brief explanation of the human history of the Sawmill River followed by an exploration of the wild world. Learn about winter track and sign, what animals are moving in the snow, and who is tunneling beneath. We will also explore how plant life adapts to darker and colder temperatures and which birds stay for the winter.
This adventure is for all ages, skills, and fitness levels. Snowshoes or shoe spikes and poles will be provided to make this a safe and enjoyable experience.
• 2-hour walk with an experienced naturalist
• All gear as needed (snowshoes, spikes, trekking poles)
• Warm beverages to warm the spirit!
What to Bring:
• Layers appropriate to the temperatures (hat, gloves, waterproof clothing, insulating layers)
• Warm boots and thick socks (extra pair)
• Plenty of drinking water
Children under 16 must be accompanied by a guardian.
Posted to: Adult Events on 2023-11-15 12:53:10 (updated 2023-11-16 10:10:37).