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AUGUST 23, 2014

Join us in the high country of Cedar Breaks to search for some of Utah’s rarely seen mammals including the American pika, long-tailed weasel, porcupine, elk and flying squirrel. We’ll learn how and when to spot mammals and how to identify signs of mammal life. We’ll talk about the American pika as a barometer of climate change and how flying squirrels can be common and yet go undetected. We’ll learn to identify scat and tracks, dens and nests. Bring your favorite mammal stories and we’ll tell you things about mammals you probably never knew.

FEE: $50
INSTRUCTOR: Geoff Gerstner
AGES: 16 Years and up
MEETS: 6:30 pm Cedar Breaks Entry Station

Price: US $50.00

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