Got bark?

Many of the clues that allow us to know about the daily activities of  wildlife  are much more evident during the winter months because snow provides a good tracking surface and the absence of leaves opens things up for easier observation.

Along the Riverside Trail at the Susquehanna Riverlands, John Fridman, our preserve supervisor, photographed this dead aspen tree  being excavated by a woodland creature. Can you guess who?

The Riverlands is hosting a Nature in Winter walk on  Sunday, February 20th  at 1:30 p.m.  Join us to look for more clues to the habits of our woodland wildlife.

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