“Tracks on Trails” – Mammal Tracking for Hike Leaders & Photographers
Presenter: BHA Member, Dan Martel
Have you ever wondered what creature left those tracks or scat on the trail? This workshop will teach simple and effective techniques for identifying common Colorado mammals. Topics include the use of simple track taxonomies, habitat, season, accurate measurement and aging. Other topics will include the use of field guides and tips for wildlife observation.
Photographers if you are interested in capturing wildlife in your camera lens this seminar is for you.
Dan Martel has spent a lifetime observing wildlife from Texas to the Yukon. A passionate conservationist, Dan volunteers with state agencies and non-profits on wildlife and habitat issues. He’s a member of the International Society of Professional Trackers, Rocky Mountain Wild, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Backcountry Hunters and Anglers.
Proceeds will be used by DS&L to provide education scholarships for CMC Denver Leaders and used by Backcountry Hunters and Anglers for preservation of wild public lands, elimination of OHV abuse, youth education and ethical hunting practices.
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Jefferson Unitarian Church
14350 West 32nd Avenue, Golden