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Winter Wildlife and Ecology

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CourseGraphic Discover the secrets of winter survival of many plant and animal species of our area! In our brief classroom session, we will examine the adaptations of evergreen plants, shrubs, trees, and forbs that enable them to carry on till spring. Also, we will take a look at some awesome examples of animal survival and adaptations, which will include:  snowshoe hare, northern flying squirrel, ermine, Canada lynx, elk, Boreal owl, and wolverine. Then it"s time to hit the field and we will observe, examine, identify, and talk about the animals, birds, and the sign they leave for us as we study each clue and put together the tales of predator/prey relationships. We'll also identify evergreen plant species as we find them. Please come prepared with snowshoes, pack boots, appropriate layers, lunch, water, camera's, binoculars, curiosity, and smiles!
 

Class Details

1 Sessions
Weekly - Sat

Location
NIC Sandpoint Center

Instructor
Brian Baxter 

Fee: 

$49.00

Registration Closes On
Friday, February 9, 2018 @ 12:00 AM


Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
2/10/2018 - 2/10/2018 Weekly - Sat 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Sandpoint, NIC Sandpoint Center  Map, Room: NIC Sandpoint Ctr. Parking lot 102 S. Euclid Brian Baxter