Join CyberTracker Conservation and the North Cascades Basecamp for a weekend of wildlife field interpretation in Mazama, WA. We will experience some of the best tracking environments in the North Cascades and in Washington, as well as the most inspiring landscapes of the Methow Valley and the hippest Basecamp to stay with local organic foods and pristine wildlife habitat surrounding.
David Moskowitz will be your evaluator and guide for 3 days of tracking and sign interpretation in the Methow Valley this spring. This field training course emphasizes dialogue and hands on learning about signs left by our forest friends, and interpretation of the natural world. Participants share their ideas about the tracks and signs and dialogue between students with input from the instructor provides a powerful learning tool for participants in learning track and sign identification.
CyberTracker Conservation is making its Track & Sign Certification available as an inspiring and rigorous training tool, emphasizing practical tracking and the development of reliable field skills. Improve your skill level as a park ranger, biologist, naturalist, citizen scientist, student, or outfitter.
Cost: $330 includes lodging, 6 meals, course logistics, field trips, and certificate; $355 private room, $240 no lodging.
For more information call Kim Romain-Bondi at the North Cascades Basecamp 509/996-2334, or see Cybertrackers brocure: CT_brochure.pdf