About Us

WHO WE ARE

The Northeast Wildlife Trackers are a group of enthusiasts who share a passion for collaborative exchanges on all aspects of wildlife tracking in the Northeastern United States.  Our mission is to convene, network, motivate, and inspire wildlife trackers across the Northeast.  Through our conference, we aim to develop long-term connections and strategies for inspiring wildlife habitat protection by bringing together a range of issues and experiences connected to wildlife.​ 

COMMUNITY

Trackers share a common bond that transcends social and geographic boundaries. Together, we gather to share in the ecological, spiritual, and cultural lessons of wildlife tracking while furthermore making connections that last a lifetime.​

EDUCATION

Tracking is an ancient skill, a precursor to human evolution. We invite people of all backgrounds, skill levels, and interests to explore the teachings of wildlife tracking. You may be surprised at what you learn and how much you already know.
  1. Beaver Chew w/ Charley Eiseman
    Beaver Chew w/ Charley Eiseman
    Photo credit to Kim Russell-Flanzer
  2. Josh Wood
    Josh Wood
  3. David Brown- Quabbin Reservoir
    David Brown- Quabbin Reservoir
  4. Susan Morse- Rowe, MA
    Susan Morse- Rowe, MA
    Photo Credit to Kim Russell-Flanzer
  5. David Brown- Quabbin Reservoir
    David Brown- Quabbin Reservoir
    Photo credit: Kim Russell-Flanzer
  6. Ben Kilham- 2017 Conference
    Ben Kilham- 2017 Conference
    Photo credit to Pat Liddle
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  8. 2017 Conference
    2017 Conference
    Photo credit to Collin Adkins
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  10. Photo credit to Collin Adkins
  11. George Leoniak- 2017 Conference
    George Leoniak- 2017 Conference
    Photo credit: Collin Adkins
  12. Janet Pesaturo
    Janet Pesaturo
    Photo Credit: Collin Adkins
  13. Photo Credit: Collin Adkins
  14. Alcott Smith- Lebanon, NH
    Alcott Smith- Lebanon, NH
    Photo credit: Pam Landry