KETCHUM — The Environmental Resource Center and Wood River Valley resident/tracker Ann Christensen will present a second winter tracking workshop from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Christensen will begin the program at the ERC Office, 471 Washington Ave., Ketchum — introducing participants to local winter animals, their life-histories and winter adaptations.
After teaching some animal-tracking basics, Christensen will lead participants on a snowshoe adventure through the fields and woods north of Ketchum. Having learned from tracker and author James Halfpenny, she has been introducing valley residents to the secret stories left in the snow for decades.
Trackers of all ages and experience are welcome to participate. Be prepared with snowshoes, warm clothes, water and curiosity. A suggested donation of $10/ERC members and $20/non-members will be welcome.
The final ERC winter tracking workshop will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 10.