January 30, 2013
Filed Under North Tahoe Events
At first glance, the winter landscape looks barren and silent. But, if you know where to look and what to look for, the well trained eye can see signs of animal life and activity all around us.
Join the Tahoe Institute of Natural Science and the Tahoe Rim Trail for February 23rd, 10am-1pm for the Snow Detectives family snowshoe trek at Tahoe Meadows.
Families will become “Snow Detectives” and learn the secret skills of the animal tracker. We will discover the diversity of animal tracks, discuss winter habitats and learn about the ways that animals survive the cold winter months in the Tahoe Basin.
All participants are expected to provide their own snowshoes, dress appropriately and bring plenty of water and food to last through the hike. Further information and hike details will be emailed to participants before the start of the program.
Distance: 2 miles
Duration: 3 hours
Locations: Tahoe Meadows
Reservations are required by calling the TRTA office at (775) 298-0012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.