The world around us is much more mysterious and exciting than it seems. It’s difficult to see most of the wild animals in nature but they often leave a track. It’s not so hard to notice and identify animal tracks once you learned to see unusual in ordinary things.
Animal footprints, burrows, nibbled nuts, seeds and many other signs will tell you which animal left the marks, when and what it was doing there.
Our specialists will teach you how to identify tracks of different animals and birds from the collection of the State Darwin Museum and understand the secret stories of their daily lives using the deductive method.
Duration: 1 hour
The classes are designed for adults and children over 6 years old.
Children aged 6-8 years old should be accompanied by an adult.