Outreach & workshops

Track and Sign Certification evaluation

January 15 & 16, 2022.

Registration is closed

This 2-day field-based workshop and skills evaluation is an unparalleled opportunity to learn from one of North America’s top wildlife trackers. It offers an opportunity for naturalists, field biologists, and outdoor enthusiasts of any skill-level to advance their abilities in wildlife track and sign identification and interpretation, and potentially earn an internationally-recognized Track and Sign Certification from Tracker Certification North America.

This workshop is designed to challenge participants while deeply advancing their knowledge and understanding. The Track & Sign Certification credential is not guaranteed, but rather depends on individual performance, and features escalating levels of certification for those that qualify.

Instructor David Moskowitz is a professional tracker, photographer, filmmaker, and author of a highly regarded wildlife tracking field guide.

Don’t let the name “Evaluations” deter you! These workshops are welcoming and rewarding to even the most novice participants, while also being challenging and a significant measure of achievement for more advanced trackers.

Participants must be prepared to spend two full days hiking outdoors, and be comfortable in rugged and isolated terrain in uncertain weather.

Transportation, accommodation and meals are the responsibility of each participant.

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