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Published By Todd Lucier on October 1st, 2008 in Edge Insider
I hope the beautiful fall colours are treating you well. The reds, yellows and oranges are spectacular up here right now. Fall time is in the air as we turn the corner on summer here in Algonquin Park.
Just wanted to let you know that I just had a talk yesterday with writers for both Newsweek and Explore magazine and they are going to both be spreading the word about one of our upcoming winter programs —- The Science and Art of Tracking. This class will be running February 6-9th in 2009 and all the pertinent info can be found on our website Wilderness Arts page.
What better time to follow and learn about the animals that live in and around the park. We will be spending our days snowshoeing and following tracks of many mammals including deer, moose, otter, wolves, marten, fisher and many others as we begin to unravel the many mysteries that they leave behind. At night we will share stories around the fire and deepen our knowledge and understanding of the natural world. This informative and educational program will take place at our eco-retreat center and is going to be a whole lot of fun-filled learning and adventure. Keep an eye out in the next month or two in ‘Newsweek’ and ‘Explore’ magazines and help spread the word.
We look forward to seeing you in the park this winter.