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An Introduction to Mammal Tracking: 10:30am-1:30pm

19th August 2017 | Young Wood near Staple Fitzpaine, TA3 5AZ

Join local naturalist, Gavin Saunders, and the Blackdown Hills Natural Futures team to learn how to look for and identify animal tracks and signs including badger, fox, deer, squirrel, dormouse and otter. Identify skulls, bones and other remains and find out how to move and behave when tracking mammals.

Young Wood which is the home of the Neroche Woodlanders near Staple Fitzpaine: Look out for a temporary sign on the road at Badger Street next to the entrance – this is a stone track across a field leading into the woods. CLICK HERE FOR FULL LOCATION MAP AND DIRECTIONS

Cost: Free booking essential. CLICK HERE TO BOOK PLACES

Location: Young Wood near Staple Fitzpaine (Young Wood ST 256197. Entrance at ST260201)

For more information: email info@blackdownhillsnaturalfutures.org or telephone 01823 681937

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