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Connection through tracking

This past snow season was extremely exciting and dynamic in our Vancouver program. One of the aspects of the forest that comes alive in snow is the movement of animals we normally don't perceive. Often unseen, snow records their movements and the stories of their lives with such startling clarity at times it makes the heart quicken! The joyful thrill of following an animal's trail was an extremely memorable experience for children in our program last year - some of our alumni remembered these experiences and were fairly bursting with excitement to revisit tracking on our very first snowy day. Some of the animals we tracked this year included: raccoons, crows, skunks, ravens, varied thrush, s

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