The forests, meadows, and wetlands of Berks County are teeming with wildlife, though we don't always get to see our furry, feathered, and scaley neighbors when out and about in nature. But if you practice the skills of a Nature Scene Investigator (NSI), you'll be able to learn a lot about the animals we share outdoor spaces with, even if we can't see them face to face! Learn all about tracks, scat, footprints, and other animal signs to decode the secret messages left behind by wildlife before taking a walk about Angelica Creek Park to put these investigational skills to the test. This investigation concludes with a cozy firepit and roasting s'mores. The clues are all around us if we know what to look for!
Registration ends November 2nd