Monthly Tracking Club

Ages 13+



Fall Dates Coming Soon!

The mission of Tracking Club is to develop tracking skills for all ages, prepare adults to pass on tracking knowledge to youth, and to prepare children for a lifetime of learning about the natural world.

Join us for fun-filled mornings of community learning as we peer into the lives of wild animals through the tracks they leave behind. You can never be sure what cast of characters we may be following: elk, otter, coyote, bobcat, bear, cougar, and more!

At Tracking Club, participants are led by skillful naturalists into a world of mystery and intrigue that we call tracking. Learn animal track identification, aging, interpretation, and more.

The experience is designed to inspire curiosity and give you the tools needed to track with confidence on your own, and to share the joys of tracking with others.

Duvall Tracking Club

2024 Dates

Future dates TBD

Duvall Class Details

Tracking club is geared towards adults and mature teens, though all ages and families are welcome. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Tracking Club days meet at the Duvall Park & Ride at 8:45am. 

Class runs from 9am – noon. Please arrive by 8:45 to get settled and oriented. Carpool leaves at 9am to go to tracking site. 

There is no registration process. Just show up ready to track for the morning! Please bring a water bottle, snacks, and layers/footwear appropriate for the weather. Please know that the best spots for tracking are often muddy.

Please direct questions about Duvall Tracking Club to our Coordinator Adam Martin at [email protected].

Meet Your Instructor

Adam Martin

Adam first took Tracking Intensive in 2008. Adam has been a core instructor and has been the tracking club coordinator since 2017. Adam has also been on the leadership team for the Cascade Wildlife Monitoring project since 2009. He has a long background in nature education and has worked professionally in conservation science and ecological restoration since 2011. Adam has a BA/BS in natural history, environmental education, and ecology from The Evergreen State College. Currently, he is in his candidacy in the Master of Environmental Studies program at The Evergreen State College where he is focusing on topics in conservation biology.

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