A coyote in its nestOn Saturday, November 8, at 10 a.m., the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum presents “Tracking Coyotes!, at the Outdoor Discovery Center, Muser Drive, off Angola Road, Cornwall. The Kenridge Farm Drive entrance will be closed off of 9W – visitors should use the Angola Road exit and proceed to Muser Drive.

 Seldom seen and often misunderstood, coyotes are fascinating animals! Come learn from Environmental Educators, Carl Heitmuller and Michele Diamanti, what a coyote footprint looks like and how they communicate with each other. Compare coyote, dog and fox tracks and make a plaster coyote track to take home. After the presentation, weather permitting; join in a 1-mile hike led by an educator to search for signs of coyotes. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the world of coyotes! Pre-registration requested. This program is recommended for adults and children ages 5 and up. Cost: $5 per person. Members: $3 per person. For information and registration, call (845) 534-5506, ext 204.

For additional information contact: Judy Onufer, Education CoordinatorHudson Highlands Nature Museum

845-534-5506, ext. 206