This program will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams; it will NOT take place face-to-face in the park.
Join us for a look into the fascinating world of wildlife forensic science! We will learn the basics of forensic science, what a wildlife crime is, and who solves wildlife crimes. We'll also walk through a hypothetical crime and learn about some of the many techniques used by our rangers and game wardens to solve crimes right here in PA.
** This version will be tailored towards older children and adults, but will be child friendly. Please note that we will be discussing animal death in this program.
Registration is required to receive the link to the Microsoft Teams program. When you receive an email confirmation, please click on the link in the confirmation to make sure it opens properly prior to the program. Call or email us ahead of the program if you have difficulties registering or if you need special accommodations.
Little Buffalo State Park Office - 717-567-9255
Here is the schedule for the rest of our Virtual Lunchtime Programs for the month of January:
Jan. 3rd– No Program
Jan. 5th – Tree ID – Maples, Ash, & Dogwoods
Jan. 10th – Owl Outlaws
Jan. 12th – Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands
Jan. 17th – Tree ID – Hard Mast species
Jan. 19th – Wildlife Forensics
Jan. 24th – Fossils
Jan. 26th – Winter Birds
Jan. 31st – Tree ID – Soft Mast Species
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Little Buffalo State Park
1579 State Park Road, Newport, PA 17074-9428