Wildlife so familiar by day can seem so different when experienced by night, and wildlife unknown in day’s lightness can suddenly become familiar in night’s darkness. Enrich your wildlife experiences by shifting your time afield. Listen to voles shuffling through leaf litter, to insects that seem extraordinarily loud in twilight’s golden hush; smell wildflowers that time their fragrance to attract nocturnal pollinators. The naturalist who would experience the full richness of wild life must learn to perceive the world by scent and by sound as well as by sight. “Night Creatures” will introduce the skills needed to engage life after dark.