When: Sat., April 21, 12-3 p.m. 2018
Aspects of Humboldt's past are brought to life with fun and educational presentations, activities, and reenactments. For this Living History Day, Phil Johnson will give a presentation: Wildlife Tracking: Reading Nature's Language and Finding Animals. This talk will discuss both the historical and modern applications of wildlife tracking, from early hominid evolution to contemporary wildlife conservation and research. Examples from around the world will be discussed, with a special emphasis on the Klamath Region where Phil studies Mountain Lions and Fishers.