PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Richard Greene will speak at the Pittsfield Green Drinks January meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 18 at 6 p.m. via Zoom.
Greene will talk about his experience with wildlife tracking and the many places it has taken him.
Greene has studied track and sign, as well as wildlife biology, with Keeping Track, Cybertracker, and Mass Audubon's Field Naturalist Program. These interests have taken him throughout New England, Canada, and South Africa. Although Richard spends most of his time nowadays at his home in southern Berkshire County, he has also presented many talks on the use of trail cameras in wildlife study.
As part of the discussion, Greene will present a slide show and narrative from his collection of wintertime track and sign photos. And perhaps even provide some tips and techniques on how to notice and identify wildlife tracks and signs.
Pittsfield Green Drinks is an informal gathering on the third Tuesday of the month. These nights are free and open to everyone with any environmental interest.
Registration is required to join this event. Register here:
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