“Tracking Through the Wild” at Bandy Creek Visitor Center on Saturday, June 29
Contact: Sherry Fritschi, 423-286-7275
Contact: Effie Houston, 423-569-9778
Ranger Dustin Beaty will give a program on "Tracking Through the Wild", talking about local animal and their tracks on Saturday, June 29. This program consists of a fun activity where individuals make their own animal tracks to take home. Children will also be introduced to Big South Fork's Junior Ranger Program. The 45-minute program will be held at the Bandy Creek Visitor Center on Saturday, June 29, at 10:30 a.m. (EDT). Meet on the back porch of the Visitor Center.
Please wear appropriate clothes for making crafts. Also, participants are asked to take appropriate precautions to protect themselves from sun and insects. This program is free of charge. All materials are provided.Contact the Bandy Creek Visitor Center at (423) 286-7275 for more information.
Did You Know?
Cumberland sandwort is one of several species of threatened and endangered plants found throughout Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. Cumberland sandwort only grows in the dry sandy soils of certain rockshelters found in and around Big South Fork.