Okay, but what if it's a bigfoot-sized footprint?

Two sets of tracks dot the fresh snow leading into a gully. Suddenly the tracks trail off into an area of disturbed snow, and only one set of tracks leaves the area. What happened there? Join volunteer naturalists on snowy mornings to investigate animal behaviors using basic tracking skills during this fun, interactive program presented by the Larimer County Department of Natural Resources.

Programs will be held when conditions are good for tracking at Devil’s Backbone Open Space, Horsetooth Mountain Open Space, or Eagle’s Nest Open Space. Participants receive email notification the night before the program with details on where to meet and what to bring.

This is an excellent program for kids! If you are interested please email Heather Young at hyoung@larimer.org or call 970-679-4489.

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