Coastal Animal Tracking: A Weekend Field Course
Raincoast Education Society
with instructor David Moskowitz
May 25 – 27, 2018
Course fee: $280, includes lunch on Saturday & Sunday
In this three day workshop (Friday evening until Sunday noon), participants 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.
David Moskowitz is author and photographer of Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest and Wolves in the Land of Salmon (Timber Press). He is a certified Track and Sign Specialist through Cybertracker Conservation International, the international standard for wildlife tracking certification, for which he is also an evaluator. David works as a biologist, photographer, and educator across North America and beyond. Find out more about his work at davidmoskowitz.net.
Further details and registration can be found on our website: www.raincoasteducation.org
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