Summer Tracking Day
When: Saturday, September 16, 2023 — 9 am to 3 pm ; (date rescheduled from July 16 due to rain)
Where: Brattleboro, VT area
Age/experience level: Adults and enthusiastic teenagers. No experience necessary.
Cost: $50 – 70 (sliding scale). Scholarship and Reparations Funds available.
When it comes to wildlife tracking in New England, your mind might jump to cold winter temperatures and deep snows. While southern Vermont is a great place for snow tracking, the numerous river banks, muddy areas, and sandy locations make for exceptional warm weather tracking as well! In this beginner-friendly experiential workshop, we will learn about summer season track and sign, make friends with fellow trackers, and have fun!
Bob Etzweiler is a longtime teacher at the Vermont Wilderness School, leading both youth and adult programs. He runs VWS’ Summer Tracking Intensive, our Tracking Apprenticeship, and the Hunter’s Heart Hunting Apprenticeship. Bob has over a decade of experience in Wildlife Tracking, has been hired on wildlife track surveys, and is CyberTracker Level IV certified. He’s a skilled and passionate tracker and teacher.
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