Woods for Wildlife Snowshoe Walk At York Land Trust’s Highland Farm Preserve - YorkBureau / Program: Forest Service
Date: February 15, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Location: York Land Trust’s Highland Farm Preserve
321 Cider Hill Road
Event Type: Workshop/Training
You are invited to join wildlife biologists and foresters as they explore trails at the Highland Farm Preserve, in York Maine. The York Land Trust has dramatically improved wildlife habitat at the Preserve through simple land management methods. Find out how you can too! Learn how shrubby, wooded areas give many small mammals, birds and other wildlife species safe places to hide, eat, nest, and raise their young. Attendees will also encounter many signs of wildlife like scat and tracks, and learn to identify habitat types. This workshop has been approved for 2.0 Category 1 Continuing Education Credits for licensed foresters.
Please bring your own snowshoes and or boots depending on snow conditions.
Contact: Kelly Boland, USFWS-Rachel Carson NWR to RSVP at 207-646-9226 ext 32 or email: Kelly_boland@fws.gov
Directions to Highland Farm: from I-95 follow Cider Hill Road (Rt 91) west for about 2.5 miles (near 300 block of Cider Hill Road in Google). There will be a parking lot on the North side of Cider Hill Road. Look for the preserve entrance sign on the right: “Highland Farm Preserve.” Meet at the parking lot!