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Animal Tracking - The Basics
Join us at Duke Farms on Saturday, February 4, 9 a.m. to noon, for this introduction to the science of animal tracking. Learn about a variety of tracking skills including clear print classification, trailing, animal locomotion and reading signs. Bring a notebook and dress for the weather - this program will be held rain, snow, or shine. Cost: $15; $10 for N.J. Audubon members. Space is limited and advance registration is required at www.dukefarms.org or by calling (908) 722-3700 between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Duke Farms is located at 80 Route 206 South in Hillsborough, enter via the gate at Dukes Parkway East.
More About Duke Farms
Duke Farms is a 2,700 acre farm formerly owned by tobacco and hydro-power magnate James Duke and his daughter Doris Duke. Through demonstrations, research and educational programs, Duke Farms hopes to inspire a new approach to conservation and sustainable living. Various activities are available for visitors of all ages, including geocaching, horticultural programs and organic gardening classes, and for little ones, there's the Family Wonder Walk. Information and materials are available at the orientation center.
Other events here
- Walk on the Wild Side at Duke Farms Weekly on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 10:00 am–3:00 pm