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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT NEWS RELEASE
Northern California District
 
Release Date: 12/28/11
Contacts: Rachel Sowards-Thompson , (707) 986-5411 or  
  Jeff Fontana , (530) 252-5332  
News Release No. NC-12-12

Animal Tracking Presentation Kicks off King Range Winter Lecture Series


“Animals Don’t Cover Their Tracks,” a presentation on identifying wildlife by the tracks they leave behind, will be offered free on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 7 p.m., at the Healy Senior Center, 456 Briceland Rd., in Redway.

In the presentation, certified tracker Kim Cabrera will discuss the tracks and scat left by wild animals that inhabit the Lost Coast region.  Participants will have the opportunity to use animal footprint molds to make plaster casts.

The lecture is the first in this year’s King Range Winter Lecture Series offered by the Bureau of Land Management and the Lost Coast Interpretive Association.

This season’s free lectures, all offered on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at the Healy Center, include:

  • Live Reptile Adventure, January 31.
  • Keeping Traditions Alive through Weaving, February 7.
  • Gall Wasps of Oaks, February 21.
  • Bats: Sleight of Wing, Magic in the Dark, March 6.
  • The Headwaters Campaign and the Rebirth of Environmentalism, March 13.
  • Headwaters:  The Road to Recovery, March 20.

More information is available at the BLM King Range Project Office, (707) 986-5415 or by emailing the office at ca338@blm.gov.




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