hosted by the Methow Conservancy
Spend two full days in the field with professional wildlife tracker, naturalist and educator, David Moskowitz. David's approach is highly interactive, with "test" questions starting the moment we meet-up. David actively engages participants in identification and interpretation of tracks and signs, and builds in lots of time for questions and discussion, too. This style is an excellent way to learn and investigate, and you might even achieve a wildlife tracking certificate through Cybertracker Conservation. Certificates are awarded on three levels. The whole experience is a lot of fun to boot! The class is limited to 11 people, and costs $200* per person. Lodging and food are on you own. Contact Mary to for more details or to register at 509-996-2870 or email@example.com.
Forterra presents “Ampersand LIVE”, an evening of storytelling about people and place. Join us for this live stage show about nature, cities, community and critters. Presenters will include organizer & educator Nikkita Oliver, dancer & choreographer Zoe Scofield, wildlife photographer David Moskowitz and the genre-defying quartet The Westerlies. Hosted by theater artist Jéhan Òsanyìn.
Hosted by Cedar Root Folk School and Jefferson Land Trust.
(360) 379-5413; INFO@CEDARROOTSCHOOL.ORG
Spend two full days in the field with professional wildlife tracker, naturalist, and educator David Moskowitz. David has an approach that is highly interactive, with "test" questions starting in the first moment of class— he actively engages participants in identification and interpretation of tracks and signs, and allows plenty of time for questions and discussion. This style is an excellent way to learn and investigate, and students may even achieve a wildlife tracking certificate through Cybertracker (www.cybertracker.org). Certificates are awarded on three levels. Even without certification, the course is a ton of fun! Class size is limited to 10 people; lodging and food not provided.
A slideshow hosted by Selkirk's Conservation Alliance
In some ways, the ice age never fully ended in the higher elevations of the Southern Selkirks and other mountain ranges of the Pacific Northwest. From recently discovered slugs reliant on cool air temperatures to fixtures of the far north such as lynx and caribou, the high elevation forests and tundra of these mountains provide refuge to numerous species of animals specially adapted to life in the cold and snow.
Now, at the onset of a new age, the Anthropocene, the future of these Pleistocene hold outs and the ecosystem they depend on, face new threats to their survival. Biologist and photographer David Moskowitz will take us on a visual journey into the fascinating world of these animals living on the edge and explore what lays ahead for them and the mountain landscapes of the region.
Part of SCA's 30th Anniversary Gala. MORE INFO HERE
Sponsored by: Selkirk Conservation Alliance
Location: Priest Lake, Idaho
To Register: 208-448-1110
Join Wildlife Photographer, Author, and Filmmaker David Moskowitz for a two-day clinic on Wildlife Tracking in the greater Priest Lake/River area. Course fee is $225 for SCA Members, $250 for non-members. Class will be limited to 9, must have own transportation. To register please contact the SCA Office (208.448.1110). A non-refundable fee of $100 is due at the time of registration, remainder is due by 8/1. Due to the limited class size, early registration is strongly encouraged.