Learn the language of nature as Vincent Pinto teaches the art of following animal tracks and sign.
Learn to read nature’s language! In a fast-paced and demanding world, one of the best ways to slow a racing mind is to connect with nature. So silence your phones and join naturalist Vincent Pinto of Raven’s Way Nature School as he teaches the skill of following the tracks and signs of local wildlife.
Tracking is often the best way to see animals in the wild. It’s a skill that we use while hiking, camping, or experiencing wildlife without disrupting it. It requires us to be quiet, to observe, to commune with our surroundings. Take this opportunity to slow down and reconnect with wild and yourself.
$95 WNPA members/$115 nonmembers. Price includes lunch and entrance fees. Morning session will be conducted at Catalina State Park. Limited to 15 participants. Tickets must be prepaid and are nonrefundable
Event Tags: animals, class, Sonoran Desert, Tucson, workshop