Greetings Coyote Trails Family,
We have some announcements below that we are excited about, including upcoming classes, volunteer opportunities, new board members, and a local article sparked by our friend’s interest in wolves!
TRACK CASTING & TRACK I.D. CLASS
Register soon as this class is coming right up! March 9, 11a-1p, ages 16-Adult. For details and to register, click here.
VOLUNTEER DAY – MARCH 25
Miss hanging out with us?? Well come on over! Our friends with OSU Alternative Spring Break will be joining us at CT Nature Center (Medford) to once again give the land some attention — and we want to welcome anyone interested in joining. It will be Monday, March 25th, from 9am-3pm (you may even get some insights/tips on tracking…!)
ADULT WILDERNESS CLASSES, 2020
Stay tuned as we are crafting up brand-new programs for adults in 2020, including “The Adult Reset Button” class in Kauai — details to come later this spring…
BONE COLLECTION DAY
“…but there was one project that hadn’t been undertaken… cleaning up ‘bone piles’ that had accumulated on the property over the years… One of the most interesting finds, pointed out by Joe Kreuzman, founder and Senior Instructor of the Coyote Trails School of Nature, was a handful (yes, literally a hand full) of skunk scat littered with bee bodies…”
For the full story by a local volunteer about helping humans and wolves be neighbors, click here. Top photo and article credit: Alan Hirschmugl.
We hope to see you at the tracking class!
The Coyote Crew