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Animal Tracking Expedition Overnight

This overnight animal tracking course introduces the naturalist to an entirely new way of seeing the wilderness. We address all the core skills of animal tracking: track identification, gaits, track aging and habitat. We also take your further than other animal tracking courses, giving you key tools to develop the ability to track wildlife over any terrain.

Expert trackers guide you in trailing bear, deer, elk, bobcat and even cougar over simple sand and then onto more difficult ground such as forest duff. Class takes place at a nearby sandbar and Trackers's private wilderness ranch. Students learn field journal techniques both for better data collection and to truly understand the life story of what they are tracking.

Rangers Guild: Trackers Level 1

This course is both in-depth and intensive. Students are given core tools they need to begin the tracking components for our Pathfinder Certification and Ranger Guild: Trackers Level 1 and higher as part of their own ongoing independent study.

Animal Tracking: Core Skills Overnight

Time

Overnight
Friday, 7:30pm to Sunday, 3pm

Location

Shuttle service available from 4617 SE Milwaukie Avenue, Portland, OR. From there we transport to Camp Trackers in Sandy, OR where the program takes place.

Other Tracking Courses

Animal Tracking Basics
This class serves as inspiration and introduction into the world of Wildlife and Animal Tracking. It teaches the basic skills required for our Pathfinder Certificaiton and Rangers Guild: Trackers Level 1 and beyond.
9-month Immersion
Join us 1-weekend a month for 9-months in an immersive learning community as you master the art and science of tracking. Graduates of this course develop a set of critical tools rarely found in any wildlife sciences or tracking training program.
Animal Tracking: Core Skills Overnight
This overnight animal tracking course introduces the naturalist to an entirely new way of seeing the wilderness. We address all the core skills of animal tracking: track identification, gaits, track aging and habitat. We also take your further than other animal tracking courses, giving you key tools to develop the ability to track wildlife over any terrain.

Animal Tracking: Core Skills Overnight

Time

Overnight Friday, 7:30pm to Sunday, 3pm

Location

Shuttle service available from 4617 SE Milwaukie Avenue, Portland, OR. From there we transport to Camp Trackers in Sandy, OR where the program takes place.