Animal Tracks and Signs
Haddo Country Park
Join us in learning about the tracks and signs left behind by some our most enigmatic species.
With a keen eye and a bit of knowledge it is possible to tell a lot about an environment and the creatures that have gone before you.
In this session we will hunt for some animal tracks and signs, discuss what these can tell us and learn some basic tracking skills and techniques. Everyone is welcome, although we would ask that children are accompanied by an adult. Meeting at the visitor centre at 13:00 the session lasts approximately 2 hours.
Tickets are £5 and there is a £2 parking charge. If you would like more information or have any questions, please feel free to email email@example.com.
Discover the hidden world of animal tracks and signs. While many of our native animals can be difficult to spot in person, they leave behind a wide range of clues that can give us a window into their world.
This is a great activity for all ages and levels of experience and provides an excellent opportunity to learn more about the natural world around us through footprints, feeding signs, feathers and more.
Don't forget to wear suitable clothing and footwear and to bring along your curiosity and sense of adventure!
Meeting at the visitor centre at 16:00, the event lasts about an hour and a half.
© 2023 Event information from Data Thistle.
The information included in the What's On Data has been supplied to VisitAberdeenshire by Data Thistle and is subject to changes. Readers are advised to check with the venue or event organiser before relying in any way on the details published here. VisitAberdeenshire and Data Thistle are unable to accept responsibility for any loss or liability arising from any errors, omissions or inaccuracies in these listings.