Did you know that the seeds of many nonnative
plants have tiny hooks that enable them to hitchhike on the
clothing or shoelaces of unsuspecting hikers? Or that sharing trail
snacks with wildlife does them more harm than good? Below are some
additional conservation tips for hikers.
Do not take or disturb any plants, animals, or
other natural objects
Pack out everything you bring with you.
Clean gear and examine clothing before leaving an
area to avoid transporting non-native species.
Keep your distance from wildlife.
Do not feed wildlife.
To learn how to get the most out of your next hike
with the least impact to the landscape and the wildlife that live
there, visit the following web sites; Tread
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