The Nicholas School of the Environment’s Advanced Conservation Biology Course at Duke University hosted a track and sign certification in Central North Carolina on March 2-3, 2013. The class consisted of graduate students from all over the world. It was a fun and educational experience for all.
We saw the tracks of 21 species, including 14 mammals and 7 birds. Some of the highlights were: mink tracks, muskrat tracks, beaver tracks and sign, river otter tracks, and an extensive river otter scent marking area.
Thanks to Corey Anco, Zoe Jewell, and Sky Alibhai for arranging the workshop and assisting.
Congratulations to Jeffrey Pippen, Mark Burton, Lindsey Desmul, and Brandon Semel for earning Level 1 Certificates!
Dave Scott organized a Track and Sign Specialist Certification at Big Bend National Park, Texas on April 8-9, 2017. Specialist Certifications are arduous. Participants have to answer 57 very difficult…