Wild Eyes: A Guided Snowshoe Wildlife Hike in Grafton

March 9, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Grafton Trails and Outdoor Center
783 Townshend Rd
Grafton, VT 05146
Tickets for Wild Eyes are $20 until March 1 and $25 after.
Jay DeGregorio
(802) 843-2111

The Nature Museum is teaming up with Vermont Fish and Wildlife Biologist Chris Bernier to offer Wild Eyes, an exclusive outdoor exploration. This 4-hour educational snowshoe trek begins at Grafton Trails + Outdoor Center and continuing to Turner Hill Wildlife Management Area, home to numerous beaver-influenced wetlands and unique forest communities. The site is home to bear, moose, otter, beaver, muskrat, coyote, and red and gray fox. Learn to read the winter landscape with Chris Bernier and experienced educators from The Nature Museum- you won’t forget your day in the snow! Participants can expect a moderately strenuous hike. Snowshoes and winter gear are required (snowshoes can be borrowed from The Nature Museum by reserving during registration). This hike is recommended for adults and children over 13.

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