Winter wildlife tracking walk held in Wolcott Feb. 22
WOLCOTT, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont Fish and Wildlife biologist is leading a guided snowshoe walk in a wildlife management area in Wolcott this month.
“We’ll discuss tracks, trees, mammals, birds, historical resources, management activities and any other curiosities we find along the way,” said biologist Tim Appleton.
Participants are asked to bring snowshoes, food, water and binoculars and to wear appropriate clothing and footwear. They should be able to walk one to two miles on snowshoes at a relaxed pace.
Participation is limited to the first 15 people who register on the Vermont Fish and Wildlife’s website.