Animal Track & Sign Workshop with Level I Cybertracker Eval by David Moskowitz

  • September 22, 2013 · 8:00 AM
  • Bakke Farm

Prerequisite: None, although previous wildlife tracking study or workshop is recommended.
Instructor: David Moskowitz, author of Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest and Wolves in the Land of Salmon
Location: Bakke Farm in Acme, WA
Duration: Start at 8:00 AM in the field, and end between 3-4 PM, with certificates awarded by 5 PM.

Preparation: Bring your 10 Essentials to be comfortable in the field all day, rain or shine, including plenty of water and food. Participants may bring field guides but can’t use them when they are actually answering questions. Do bring a notebook for recording answers and taking notes from discussions when reviewing questions.  Link to blog posts from other evaluations David Moskowitz has done which give a sense of the experience: http://davidmoskowitz.net/category/cybertracker-conservation/ and here is the general info from David’s website with links to cybertracker.org for more general info on evaluations: http://davidmoskowitz.net/conservation/wildlife-tracking-certification/#the-evaluation-process

Cost: $145 if registered by Sept 20th, or $165 thereafter if space remains available.

Check/Mail Registration Option: Send payment in full via check deposit payable to the Wolf College,[masked]th St. SW, Puyallup WA 98371 with participant name(s), phone number, email address, age of any minors, and any allergies or health restrictions we should know about.

Credit/Debit Card Registration Option: Just call us at[masked] or[masked] and we will run your card securely over the phone.

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