Sun, August 18, 2019, 7:00 am - 10:30 am
Come spend the morning exploring the mudflats with a wildlife tracker. We don’t always see animals in the wild, but through the art of wildlife tracking, we can read the stories of their lives. Coastal California is home to many species of birds and mammals who are active in the night and early morning hours when humans aren’t there to watch. This adventure will take advantage of the morning low tide to read the stories left by animals overnight. Join us for a fun-filled walk along the mudflats fringing Sonoma Land Trust’s Preserve lands bordering the estuary to learn some of the basics of tracking that will bring the animal stories alive for you!
Caitlin C. Williams is an internationally certified wildlife tracker with more than two decades of experience in nature mentoring, wildlife tracking, wilderness survival, human development, environmental science and naturalist skills. She works in partnership with organizations offering deep nature experiences, skills for development of an ecological self and tools for ecological restoration. Caitlin is the Mentor Training project manager at Association of Nature and Forest Therapy and adjunct faculty at Weaving Earth: Center for Relational Education.
If you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com or (707) 526-6930 x 110.