JHJPTS Visual Tracking Completes Its First 24-hour Course of the Tracking Season


 

Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue sponsored a 24-hour JHPTS Visual Tracking course on April 5-7, 2019 at Camp Killoqua, in Stanwood Washington.  Mary Beebe, Julie Balch and Richard Fox were the Instructors for this training.

 

The course included novice through advanced trackers, each working on tracking challenges appropriate to their skill level.

 

Several certification and upgrades were awarded as follows:

 

            Basic Tracker:                          Christina Vaughan

                                                               Todd Bancroft

                                                               Shelene Rosenbach

                                                               Trevor Sullivan

                                                               Jim Hedges

 

            Apprentice Tracker:                 Bob Austin

 

Congratulations to all.




Trevor Sullivan, Christina Vaughan, Todd Bancroft, Jim Hedges, Bob Austin and Shelene Rosenbach



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