JACKSON, WY\u2014 Do you know what a mountain lion track looks like? What about the difference between a moose and an elk print? Black bear vs. grizzly?\r\n\r\nKnowing how to track and identify wildlife is as practical as it is exciting\u2014it can keep you safe on your outdoor adventures, and will (probably) impress your friends. Jackson Hole EcoTour Adventures is offering a two-day CyberTracker Tracking Evaluation Course so you can put your skills to the test and expand your wildlife, naturalist and observational skills in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.\r\n\r\nThe course instructor\/evaluator Michelle Peziol is a world-class Tracking Specialist and Teton Cougar Project staff member. She became the first female Track and Sign Evaluator in the United States in 2017.\r\n\r\nThe premise is simple and inclusive for trackers of all levels: for two days, participants will go out into the field in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and look for tracks or signs of any and all animal species. Participants will have the chance to share their guesses on what animal left the track or sign, then engage in a discussion between the participants and the evaluator. No sign or track is too small or obscure to be put to the test, and the course will emphasize open, honest dialogue and real learning.\r\n\r\nThere are two chances to participate:\r\n\r\nEvaluation Date One: Saturday and Sunday, June 16th-17th\r\n\r\nEvaluation Date Two: Monday and Tuesday, June 25th-26th\r\n\r\nThe course costs $200 or two full field days. Register by emailing Josh, email@example.com, or calling the EcoTour Adventures office at 307-690-953. Visit TrackerCertification.com for more information.