Wildlife Mammal Tracking

Saturday 2nd March 2019
10.30 to 13.30


Mammals are secretive and are often difficult to observe in the field, however, they leave plentiful ‘spoor' - their footprints, feeding signs and poo!

Wildlife Mammal Tracking, Sheringham Park | Mammals are secretive and are often difficult to observe in the field, however, they leave plentiful ‘spoor' - their footprints, feeding signs and poo!   |  Wildlife, walking, outdoors, talk

In this workshop we will look for and identify the tracks and signs of woodland mammals; fox, badger, deer and more. We will also check the trail cameras we have set up in the Park, discuss the basic operation of these devices and where to site them to get good results. This workshop is part of a partnership programme between Norfolk Wildlife Trust and the National Trust.

Location: Sheringham Park
Time: 10.30am – 1.30pm
Cost: £17.50
Booking essential: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/sheringham-park

Price: £17.50

Location: Sheringham Park

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Wildlife, walking, outdoors, talk

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