Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 2nd, 2013
Forensic Analysis of Quadruped and Biped Footprints: Bigfoot to cougars, wolves, and grizzlies
by Dr. Jeff Meldrum and Dr. Jim Halfpenny
Learn the techniques used to find and document rare species. Topics covered include: Cryptozoology and the public, defining and locating rare species, trace and physical evidence, footprints and gaits, recognizing what is important, collecting quality evidence, photography and casting evidence, analysis of evidence, presentation of analyses, case studies and peer review.
The two-day workshop with pre- and post-events will be taught at the Track Education Center in Gardiner, MT. The Track Education Center is located at the north gate into Yellowstone National Park and it houses the largest forensic tracking collection in the world.
Workshop briefing packets will be available by the end of July and will be emailed to participants.
Registration info here.