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A hike in Bonneyville Mill County Park on Saturday will focus on tips for identifying tracks and other clues hidden in the snow left by wildlife.

In winter, wildlife leave stories in the snow with every step they take. On Saturday, those looking for a fun way to beat the winter doldrums are invited to learn the art of animal tracking on a guided hike at Bonneyville Mill County Park.

Visitors are invited to gather around the hearth at Briar Patch Shelter in the park and join fellow wildlife detectives as the group learns tips to identify the tracks and clues hidden in the snow from 1 to 2:45 p.m.

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