Maine Forest Service District Forester Morten Moesswilde, of the Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District, and Maine Coast Heritage Trust steward and naturalist Kirk Gentalen invite the public to join them for the first Woodland Stewardship Tour of 2019.

Gentalen will lead a free Winter Tracking & Wildlife Habitat walk Thursday, Jan. 31, from 10 a.m. to noon, along Sucker Brook at Coastal Mountains Land Trust’s Hodson Preserve, on Molyneaux Road in Camden. Gentalen will discuss different habitats and demonstrate how and where to identify signs of woodland wildlife.

Meet near the lodge at the Camden Snow Bowl on Hosmer Pond Road by 10 a.m. to carpool to the preserve, to limit the number of cars parked on the road. 
Participants should dress for the weather and trail conditions. Although registration is not required, sign-ups are encouraged, so participants may be contacted in the event of a storm.

For more information or to RSVP, contact Julie at 596-2040, julie@knox-lincoln.org or visit knox-lincoln.org/woodland-stewardship-tours.