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Humans are not the only animals who celebrate Valentine’s Day. On mild nights in February, wildlife also dress to their best, give presents, and deliver their most wooing songs. It is breeding season for animals like salamanders, frogs, foxes, and owls. On this night hike we will keep an eye out for these animals who will be more vocal during the breeding season. We will also learn more about why these animals breed while much of their environment is still dormant for the winter. This night hike is only open to 20 individuals so book your ticket fast!
Flashlights will not be allowed during the hike but may be brought with you for the walk back to your car.
Ages: all ages welcome – (children must be able to stay silent when asked and for prolonged periods of time)
Cost: $10 per person
When: February 16th, 2019, 6:30-8:30 pm.
Registration is required and will close on Thursday, February 14th at midnight. Minimum of 8 participants is required. No refunds unless we cancel the event.
To pay you will need to click on the Paypal link (YOU DO NOT NEED A PAYPAL ACCOUNT TO PAY!!!). Once that page opens you will be asked to enter your email address and the click continue. Once the second page opens it will ask for a password but you can scroll to the bottom of that page to pay with credit or debit without creating a Paypal account. If you have any issues registering or any other questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.