Wildlife Track & Sign Workshop 10.5.19 - 10.6.19

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Wildlife Track & Sign Workshop 10.5.19 - 10.6.19

250.00

Spend two full days in the field with professional wildlife tracker, naturalist, and educator David Moskowitz.  David has an approach that is highly interactive, with "test" questions starting in the first moment of class— he actively engages participants in identification and interpretation of tracks and signs, and allows plenty of time for questions and discussion.  This style is an excellent way to learn and investigate, and students may even achieve a wildlife tracking certificate through Cybertracker (www.cybertracker.org). Certificates are awarded on three levels. Even without certification, the course is a ton of fun!  Class size is limited to 10 people; lodging and food not provided. This class fills quickly— early registration recommended.

October 5th & 6th :: Ages 18+, or 16+ with parent enrollment :: $250 :: Instructor David Moskowitz

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For over 15 years, David Moskowitz has taught classes, lead expeditions, and given presentations on wildlife tracking and other natural history topics around the western United States, Canada and abroad.  He was the lead wildlife tracking instructor at Wilderness Awareness School for 6 years and he regularly teaches seminars for the North Cascades Institute as well as other educational and conservation organizations around the Northwest.  As an expert in the fields of wildlife tracking, North American mammals, wildlife photography, and wildland conservation, David artfully blends his deep knowledge of wildlife biology with a sincere love of teaching.  David's field programs open students up to a new way of looking at the natural world around them.