Join Naturalist Dan Yacobelis on January 13 in an outing to find animal tracks and sign in Hopkins Forest. There are will two programs: 10:00-12:30 and a second from 1:00-4:00. You may attend either or both sessions. The event is free but space is limited so please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 413-597-2346 to reserve a space. Hopkins Forest is home to dozens of mammal species and you can often see tracks of squirrel, rabbit, voles, shrews, fox, raccoons, deer, coyote and more. Each session of the program will begin in the Rosenburg Center and then move outside to follow tracks. Tracking is a slow moving endeavor so you should dress very warmly and wear good, water-resistant footwear. There will be hot drinks and snacks provided but, if you plan to stay the entire day, bringing a lunch or snacks and a water bottle is recommended. Reservations are required.