Monday at The Museum: Animal Tracks, Scat and Signs


Join wilderness survival expert and Forest Service volunteer, Al Cornell, on February 21, from 11:00am-1:00pm, for this fascinating presentation on Animal Tracks, Scat and Signs. Highlighted will be the variety of animal tracks visitors and residents would encounter while walking or hiking in Red Rock Country. Included will be a display of plaster casts of many Southwest mammal and bird tracks, along with some scat displays. The focus will be on how to distinguish between the various species of wild canines, felines, Black Bear and the deer species by examining tracks and scat they will leave behind.


This demonstration will be held outdoors.

“Monday at the Museum” is a workshop/demonstration held every Monday from September through May. The Museum is always looking for participants who are willing to share their knowledge of “old time” crafts and skills. For details, call the Volunteer Coordinator at 282-7038.

The Sedona Heritage Museum is located in Jordan Historical Park, 735 Jordan Road; public parking is ½ block north of the Museum entrance. The Museum is open daily, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m; admission is separate.

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