Bastrop, TX, Track & Sign Evaluation:
April 4-5, 2024
Registration is open for the MWTP's first ever Standard Track & Sign Evaluation in Texas, April 4-5, 2024.
Want to expand your tracking horizons beyond Minnesota's sand roads, river bottoms, and forests? Join members of the Minnesota Wildlife Tracking Project for an expedition to Central Texas for a Standard Track & Sign Evaluation in Texas Hill Country.
This evaluation will take place April 4-5, 2024, in and around the Earth Native Wilderness School in Bastrop, Texas. Dave Scott will be evaluating.
Tuition for the evaluation is $350*. Partial scholarships may be available through Tracker Certification North America.
*The evaluation fee does not include lodging or transportation. If you're interested in group transportation or lodging, please mention this in your message.
**We scheduled this evaluation to occur just prior to the total eclipse passing through Central Texas on April 8, 2024. Kirsten Welge is also organizing a group to view the eclipse, and there are a few spaces left. If you'd like to participate in the eclipse viewing as well as the evaluation, please mention this in your registration message. She'll be in touch with details.
Contact Us to begin the registration process.
Dave Scott is a Track & Sign Evaluator with Cybertracker Conservation, and the Founder and Executive Director at Earth Native Wilderness School, an outdoor and wilderness skills education school in Central Texas. Dave has been involved with CyberTracker since 2007 and received his first Track and Sign Specialist Certification in Western Washington in 2011 after many years of intensive study under Senior Tracker Evaluators David Moskowitz and Casey McFarland. Even after spending 15 years teaching wildlife tracking, one of Dave‘s greatest joys remains sharing knowledge of Wildlife Tracking and Animal behavior with others and watching his tracking students grow into competent Wildlife Trackers. Dave is author of Bird Feathers: A Guide to North American Species, a book he co-wrote with his good friend and fellow CyberTracker Evaluator, Casey McFarland.