January 12, 2014 (RIVERWOODS, Ill.) (WLS) -- After all the cold days, do your kids have cabin fever? There's a fun way to fight that: the snow on the ground means you can track wildlife roaming around.
Melissa Alderson, Environmental Educator at Lake County Forest Preserve, joined us live from Ryerson Conservation Area in Riverwoods, Ill., during our ABC 7 Eyewitness News Sunday Morning to show us how to make a track cast. You can visit www.LCFPD.org to check out the calendar of other events and to register for environmental, historical or cultural programs.
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