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Wondering what wild creatures are tiptoeing through your greenery or living in the neighboring woodlot? Here's everything you need to introduce young naturalists to the fascinating hobby of making animal track impressions. The kit includes non-toxic plaster, mold, even a Pocket Field Guide to identify wildlife prints. Simply use the mold template to create a border around a wildlife print, mix the plaster and pour into the template. Allow ArtPlaster 30 minutes to dry, then use your Pocket Field Guide to learn about the most popular wildlife in North America, from moose to muskrat. Border ring is 3-1/4" diameter, suitable for tracks up to 3" across.
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Great gift idea
from chadds ford pa
Comments about : Wildlife Track Mold Kit:
My giftees have not used them, but they were delighted to get them.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Kids love it
By Not so great gardener
from Northern New England
These were holiday gifts for kids who had done some tracking exercises at school earlier in the year. They are very excited to get out and try the kit in the woods, especially after the fox screeches we heard recently. The only down side is that they were concerned they wouldn't be able to cast a bear print with how much plaster it came with.
Might buy another one!
from Roslyn, PA
This is for my 'great nephew.' I volunteer at a wildlife clinic and it will be nice to be able to show the tracks to the wonderful people who are concerned enough to bring injured or orphaned wildlife to be saved.
Great stocking stuffer
from Beech Mountain, NC
Just what I needed
I haven't used this product yet but it appears to be as advertised and I think my students will enjoy it and learn about tracks.
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