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May 14 5:30 to 6:30 Morongo Basin 2nd Wednesday Lecture Series
"Scats, Tracts & Animal Facts."


Scats, Tracks & Animal Facts

Have you ever wondered what animal made that track or for that matter what animal deposited the scat in the middle of the trail you’re hiking on?

Carolyn Mead, docent and past Director of Environmental Education Development at Big Morongo Canyon Preserve is speaking on May 14 5:30-6:30 pm for Morongo Basin Historical Society 2nd Wednesday Presents at the Hi-Desert Nature Museum Yucca Valley on “Scats, Tracks & Animal Facts”.

Donation is $5. Join us to learn about how to interpret animal “signs.”

Join us to learn about how to interpret animal signs. You can become more knowledgeable about animals by learning about their signs.

This is a family friendly event and children will be admitted free. See you on May 14th! Thank you for your support of Morongo Basin Historical Society.

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