Intro to the Art and Science of Wildlife Tracking
September 14 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Join ONDA for an introductory exploration into the world of wildlife tracking with expert and educator Marcus Reynerson. During this virtual presentation, Marcus will share knowledge about identifying and interpreting the subtle signs wildlife leave in their high desert habitats. Come away with a new appreciation for and ability to see the multitude of stories from the living world around us that can be found in Oregon’s desert wildlands.
This event will be hosted online, beginning at 5:30 p.m. PDT. Registration is free and required. Only one person per household should register for this event. All registrants will be entered to win a giveaway prize package and will have access to a captioned recording of the presentation after the event.
Registration will open one month prior to the event. Make sure you’re subscribed to ONDA’s email list to be the first to hear when registration opens!
About the speaker: Marcus is a naturalist, educator, facilitator, and photographer. He has worked in wilderness education, outdoor leadership, and conservation for numerous organizations and communities across North America and Europe. He is engaged in telling stories that bring to light and life, the complexity of humans living in the 21st century. Marcus currently lives in the Snoqualmie Valley in Washington State, just east of Seattle. He is the Lead Instructor for an internationally renowned environmental leadership immersion program for adults at the Wilderness Awareness School in Duvall, WA, and is also an evaluator with Cybertracker Conservation, an organization dedicated to providing leading edge assessment and certification in the art and science of wildlife tracking across the globe.
Photo: Jeremy Austin
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