Posts Tagged ‘Natural History’

Amazing Ecuador – FULL

Immerse in the avian wonders of Southern Ecuador! This itinerary focuses on ecological reserves owned by the Jocotoco Foundation, one of Ecuador’s premier conservation organizations. Over 50 endangered bird species and over 100 regional endemics can be found on these reserves. Some, like El Oro Parakeet, are found nowhere else on earth.

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Introductory Wildlife Tracking

Learn the fundamentals of tracking and awareness to better understand the stories animals leave behind. In this class, you’ll be introduced to basic tracking skills and concepts such as clear print identification, track patterns, as well as techniques to develop your skill in tracking.

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Never Just a Track

by Dave Muska, NBNC Teacher/Naturalist Editor’s Note: Dave will be leading an Introductory Wildlife Tracking workshop this Sunday, Feb. 10. Just four spots remain; learn more and register here! It’s nearly 0° F in the early morning light.  Alongside the edge of the dirt road, between the tall plowed banks of snow and last night’s…

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