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What do you remember about nature from your childhood?
Likely it's about a special place that you would go and share with friends - making forts, climbing trees and more - all while getting muddy and wet, in all kinds of weather.
We bring these kinds of adventures to kids today, along with instructors who know a lot about nature and use great skill in reconnecting kids with the wonder of the world around them. We do this through stories, hands-on skills like fire-making, responsible introduction of wild edible plants and their poisonous look-alikes, as well as things most adults don't even know like the arts of wildlife tracking and bird language interpretation.
All of these skills are doorways into exploration of nature, and ultimately ourselves. The same confidence that kids acquire in learning about the hazards of nature and how to work with them translates into the rest of their lives and how they approach healthy risk-taking and learning in general. We look forward to the day when these kind of nature adventures are happening again spontaneously for kids in neighborhoods everywhere!
Teen Adventure Wolf Tracking Expeditions
Join our teen expedition to the wild backcountry of Idaho where we search for tracks and sign of the elusive wolf, and learn what the animals of the wilderness have to teach us. Explore the rivers, forests, and mountains guided by our most experienced instructors. The abundance of wildlife and vast wilderness of this region, combined with the commitment of Wilderness Awareness School instructors to fostering deep respect for and connection with the natural world provides for a truly incredible, and possibly life-changing, experience.
The basic course is for beginning trackers, as well as returning students who love the variety of adventures, to be had in the Idaho backcountry. The advanced course is for students returning to Idaho who are seeking a more focused study of wildlife tracking and the biology and ecology of wolves. Each course is limited to 16 participants!
Due to the remote location of this course, each participant must return a signed Physician’s Medical Form by June 1. This is for the safety of our participants and our organization. Completion of this form will require a physical exam completed within one year of the course date, and an appointment with that physician for the form to be filled out. We appreciate your understanding.
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2013 Schedule for Teen Wolf Tracking Expeditions
Jul 27 - Aug 3
Jul 27 - Aug 3
Teen Wolf-Tracking Expedition (Basic)
Teen Wolf-Tracking Expedition (Advanced)
- Must have previously attended the Basic Expedition.
- Ages 13-18
- 1pm Saturday to 12pm Saturday
- Basic course required before Advanced
- Free shirt included!
- Free field guide
& pocket notebook!
- Camping included!
- Food included!
- Airport pickup in Boise, ID available.
Register Now Or Register by Phone: 425-788-1301