Tracks and Trails- Nov. 17
Saturday, November 17
Whether you are a hard-core hunter, a hiker or a naturalist, it is important to understand what is around you in the woods! This series of day trips is dedicated to developing understanding of animal movement and habits. We will be learning how to track animals, read signs, and understand elements of habitat and habitat use. We will practice getting close and staying safe while doing it! We will even do some stalking with cameras to see if we can get that great wilderness wildlife shot!
Please pack a lunch and dress weather appropriate.
As on all HoWL trips, health, safety, teamwork and leadership development and fun are key elements to the success of the trip. Lessons on all of the above will enrich the outing during teachable moments. HoWL instructors of course have all the experience they need to keep everyone safe.
DiRtBaG scholarship funds are available for this expedition. Please refer to our SCHOLARSHIPS page for more information.
Please note your Client Responsibilities: 1) all clients will be required to follow the safety policies and procedures of HOWL and the guides’ instructions during activities. 2) All clients (and parents) will be required to sign a Participant Release of Liability, Waiver of Claims, Assumption of Risks and Indemnity Agreement in favor HOWL before departing on any trip; and 3) each client (and their parents) agree and acknowledge when they sign up for HOWL activities that they have significant responsibilities for their own safety and they agree they are ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE for their own safety during participation in HOWL activities.
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