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Wolverine Tracking Project

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Teri Lysak Program Coordinator Cascadia Wild!

Come learn the ancient art of animal tracking. Learn to decipher the stories written in the snow and in the landscape, while snowshoeing through the deep, wintry woods. The Wolverine Tracking project provides a space where trackers of all skill levels can come together to strengthen their skills, while while at the same time participating in surveys to monitor rare carnivores and their prey in the Mt Hood National Forest.

The Wolverine Tracking Project is open to people of all tracking abilities. However, you must be able to snowshoe 1 to 2 miles (easier trips geared towards families are available this year), and children 16 and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

The final classroom training for new participants takes place this Wednesday, Dec.3,7pm at the Linus Pauling House; 3945 SE Hawthorne Blvd.

The surveys to Mt Hood take place December through March. After you have completed the training, you may sign up for as many or as few survey trips as

Cost: Sliding scale $50-125 for new participants. Scholarships are available for youth ages 18 and under, thanks to a grant from REI. Work trade is also available.

To register: Visit our website cascadiawild.org, or call (503) 235-9533.

For more information, please visit our website, cascadiawild.org, email us at [email protected], or call us at (503) 235-9533.