Tucker CSI - Critter Scene Investigations Aug. 25
Aug. 16, 2012
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary hosts an Aug. 25 family program about the creatures that habitat the area.
Mark Mendez leads the 9 to 11 a.m. session that includes an easy hike and lessons on how to identify native animals by their tracks, scat, burrows and other signs.
Fee is $5 for the program, which is recommended for adults and children over the age of 10. Reservations can be made by calling 714-649-2760.
About the Facility
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary is a 12-acre nonprofit nature preserve located in Modjeska Canyon, adjacent to the Cleveland National Forest. It is owned and operated by California State University, Fullerton, and its College of Natural Sciences and mathematics.
The sanctuary has a dual mission — to support science and environmental education and to act as a sanctuary for the preservation of local native habitat and wildlife. For more information, visit the sanctuary website.