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Wildlife Tracking Workshop

Learn to read patterns and stories in animal tracks and sign

  • Starts Mar 18
  • 55 US dollars
  • Shevlin Park

Available spots


Service Description

Workshops are geared towards adults. For this class, our minimum age suggestion is 9+. This means that students age 12-17 that would like to attend should plan on attending with a participating parent or guardian. Book a spot for each person attending. Instructors: Tyler Doyle and Chelsea Ernst 10am-3pm Come learn the basics of wildlife tracking in the Pacific Northwest. We will learn to read the stories that wildlife leave behind. We will start by learning some basics about animal foot morphology and the types of other signs animals often leave behind. Then, we'll take our knowledge to the field and practice finding, following, and identifying evidence of animals. Tracking is a skill that is more than simply looking at individual tracks. It involves piecing together larger stories and leads to a greater understanding of patterns in the natural world. We will meet at a local public land area on the edge of Bend (exact location and details of what to bring will be emailed to you when you register). Here, we will get to know each other and the land a little better by practicing skills together. Please feel free to email us with any questions!


Upcoming Sessions


Cancellation Policy

Nighthawk doesn't guarantee refunds. They are not typical and fully depend on our ability to fill the spot. If we are able to fill your spot after your cancellation, a future class credit will be issued. If Nighthawk cancels a whole course, participants will be credited for a future course if rescheduling isn't possible. Partial course cancellations/adjustments/reschedules due to inclement weather, etc. are not typically credited.


Contact Details

9014864734

chelsea@nighthawknaturalistschool.com

1550 Southeast Skylark Drive, Bend, OR, USA (Mailing Address Only)

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