VICTORY, Vt. — Biologists from the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife are going to be leading a wildlife viewing walk in the Victory Basin Wildlife Management Area.

During the Feb. 10 walk, people will be looking for tracks, trees, birds, and “any other curiosities.”

Habitat Biologist Doug Morin says Victory Basin is a vast lowland boreal forest that is common in northern Canada but rare in Vermont.

He says visiting the area will allow visitors to feel like they’ve stepped into another world. There’s a chance of spotting boreal wildlife such as snowshoe hare, gray jays, and possibly even an American marten.

The snow-shoe walk will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. People should be prepared for winter conditions.

Participation is free to the first 25 people who show up.