Kayleigh Medeiros will be discussing animal evidence, specifically scat and tracks. Participants will learn how to safely examine scat and how to identify it. We will then discuss the tracks of an animal; participants will discover where to look for tracks, the parts of a track, and how to measure.
Kayleigh Medeiros is the Audubon Conservation Treks Manager for the State and Academic Programs Manager for Trinity River Audubon Center. Her main focus is leading high school students on week long conservation leadership camping trips. She’s been with Trinity River Audubon Center since August 2015. She is originally from Massachusetts and received a bachelor of science in Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation from UMASS Amherst in 2011. She has worked for several conservation entities in many different capacities including a naturalist on Prudence Island in Rhode Island and a traveling wildlife educator for USFWS. Some of her passions include birding, working out, hiking, baking and knitting!
Parking is available in the front of the building, accessed from Ron McAndrew Drive
The program is free and open to the public.
Join Master Birder Walter Berk for this quarterly beginners’ class which will show you which birds are in our area now, what they’re up to, where to look for them…and more!
Optional Classroom Instruction, 8 a.m.
City Hall Conference Room, 405 Municipal Drive, in Kennedale (4 miles south of the preserve)
Bird walk open to all, 8:30-10 a.m.
Southwest Nature Preserve
Please RSVP for the optional workshop at 8 am (required due to limited space) or join the group at SWNP at 8:30 am for the birding practice session. Everyone’s welcome, beginner to advanced.
Bring binoculars if you have them but we’ll have some to loan if you don’t. Please consider bringing drinking water and sun protection.