Basic Animal Tracking
*5 Hour Clinic
*Basic Tracking Skills
*Clear Print Identification
*Animal Patterns & Behavior
*Human Tracking and Track Aging
*Expert Instructors – minimum 10 years of experience
Peer into the world of the wild animals of the Central Coast and Santa Cruz Mountains in this amazing new course – less than an hour away from downtown San Francisco! Track alongside expert trackers and learn to read the landscape like an open book. The woods are not empty if you know how to read the ground!
*1-Day Workshop: $95
*w/ Express Pass: $85
Tracking is a lifelong study – this class will give you the tools to start down that road. Topics discussed will include clear print track identification, animal behavior and pattern tracking, landscape disturbance tracking, as well as human tracking, track aging, and tracking tools and journaling techniques.
Teaching-by-doing is our motto: this workshop will be 100% hands-on and is a truly excellent way to enrich your outdoors experience. Whether you are a backcountry hiker, or simply like to take strolls in the park, being able to read the landscape and understand your local fauna better makes every trip into the outdoors an investigation and adventure.
This class is about getting back to the earth, learning how our ancestors lived in harmony with our planet, and experiencing nature to its fullest. There is something here for everybody – come with an open mind and be ready to learn!
December 1, 2018
June 30, 2019
September 28, 2019
*Private classes available on request
Minimum Number Needed For Class: 5 People
Maximum Class Size: 12 People
Clinics are held on the Central Coast north of Santa Cruz, in the area between Davenport and Pescadero (near to the Pigeon Point Lighthouse). Exact directions to the property, maps, recommended packing lists, and other details will all be provided upon registration.
Your clinic includes:
Five hours of instruction. All materials and tools are included.
Your packing list:
Please dress appropriately for a day in the outdoors with layers for comfort and closed toed shoes. We recommend a small day backpack with snacks/lunch, water, sun protection, and a notebook and pen to journal your experience.