10 am to 1 pm, meet at the WMA parking area off Pennock and Maple Hill roads
Join Vermont Fish & Wildlife biologists Tim Appleton and John Austin at the Podunk Wildlife Management Area in Strafford for a guided tour and discussion about the importance and uniqueness of a wildlife management area and how they differ from other types of state lands, such as state forest and state parks. We’ll discuss tracks, trees, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, historical resources, management activities and any other curiosities we find along the way.
Participants are asked to wear appropriate clothing and footwear for being outdoors in summer, including food and water, as well as binoculars if they have them. You should also be able to walk 1 to 2 miles at a relaxed pace over a relatively flat trail with some steady inclines.
We will be following best social distancing practices. Participants in these events must practice social distancing at all times, wear a mask at all stops along the trails and/or paddle, and sign a consent form. Temperatures may be taken.
Space is limited and these events fill up quickly, so click here to register now!