Track and Sign Certification: Methow Valley, WA

certification
July 14–15, 2018
Hosted by Methow Conservancy
Winthrop, Washington
Contact Mary to for more details or to register at:
509-996-2870
mary@methowconservancy.org.
$200
Spend two full days in the field with professional wildlife tracker, naturalist and educator, David Moskowitz. David's approach is highly interactive, with "test" questions starting the moment we meet-up. David actively engages participants in identification and interpretation of tracks and signs, and builds in lots of time for questions and discussion, too. This style is an excellent way to learn and investigate, and you might even achieve a wildlife tracking certificate through Cybertracker Conservation. Certificates are awarded on three levels. The whole experience is a lot of fun to boot! The class is limited to 11 people, and costs $200* per person. Lodging and food are on you own. This class is also being offered October 6-7th and registration is open for that as well.
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Fundamentals of Wildlife Tracking: Idaho Panhandle

class
August 18–19, 2018
Sponsored by: Selkirk Conservation Alliance
Location: Priest Lake, Idaho
To Register: 208-448-1110
Join Wildlife Photographer, Author, and Filmmaker David Moskowitz for a two-day clinic on Wildlife Tracking in the greater Priest Lake/River area. Course fee is $225 for SCA Members, $250 for non-members. Class will be limited to 9, must have own transportation. To register please contact the SCA Office (208.448.1110). A non-refundable fee of $100 is due at the time of registration, remainder is due by 8/1. Due to the limited class size, early registration is strongly encouraged.

From the tiniest shrews to bears and cougars, the signs of wild animals are around us year-round, waiting to be discovered by the observant outdoor adventurist. Humans’ unique ability to find, interpret and follow the tracks and signs of wildlife is a skill that has been a fundamental part of our relationship with the natural world from the beginnings of our species. Tracking skills, found in the traditional ecological knowledge of many cultures around the world, continues to be a fundamental field skill in contemporary wildlife research and management, hunting, recreation and environmental education.

In this two day workshop, participates train in the fundamental field skills to reliably and consistently identify and interpret wildlife tracks and other signs. The class covers how to use wildlife tracking to explore the unique biology and ecological relationships of local wildlife species to each other and their environment. How to apply wildlife tracking to help directly observe wildlife is introduced.

Learning Objectives:
Train participants in track identification and interpretation methods and practice these techniques in the field with local species and habitats.
Practice using wildlife tracking to explore local wildlife biology and ecology.
Introduction to using tracking methods to find and observe wildlife.
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Track and Sign Certification: Methow Valley, WA

certification
October 6–7, 2018
hosted by the Methow Conservancy
Contact: Mary Kiesau
509-996-2870
mary@methowconservancy.org
$200
Spend two full days in the field with professional wildlife tracker, naturalist and educator, David Moskowitz. David's approach is highly interactive, with "test" questions starting the moment we meet-up. David actively engages participants in identification and interpretation of tracks and signs, and builds in lots of time for questions and discussion, too. This style is an excellent way to learn and investigate, and you might even achieve a wildlife tracking certificate through Cybertracker Conservation. Certificates are awarded on three levels. The whole experience is a lot of fun to boot! The class is limited to 11 people, and costs $200* per person. Lodging and food are on you own. Contact Mary to for more details or to register at 509-996-2870 or mary@methowconservancy.org.
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