Sul Ross University’s Conservation Biology Club hosted a track and sign certification on December 4rd, 2010.
We held the entire certification in Big Bend National Park and saw some incredible tracks. We found evidence of 36 species, including 23 mammals, 5 birds, 4 herps, and 4 invertebrates. Some of the highlights were cougar tracks, black bear tracks, and the tracks of a bobcat killing a ringtail! We even found the tail!
Congratulations to Tim Rowe for achieving Level II. Big thanks to Pam Gaddis and Conner O’Malley for assisting.