James Bruchac Lecture Series — Adirondack Animal Tracks May 23rd, 7 pm

As a renowned animal tracker Jim’s first knowledge of tracking came from his father and Grandfather Joseph Bruchac Jr., a noted outdoorsman and member of The Taxidermist Hall of Fame Jim. Whether tracking whitetails in his beloved Adirondack Mountains or teaching wildlife officials how to recognize the tracks or rare carnivores, Jim has continued to broaden his knowledge of all aspects of animal tracking.

Jim’s Intensive and professional level classes, especially those with a focus on how to identify such forest carnivores as wolves, lynx, wolverine and especially mountain lions among the most popular for Field biologist, Wildlife officials and hobbyist alike. As a renowned animal tracker Jim’s first knowledge of tracking came from his father and Grandfather Joseph Bruchac Jr., a noted outdoorsman and member of The Taxidermist Hall of Fame Jim. Whether tracking whitetails in his beloved Adirondack Mountains or teaching wildlife officials how to recognize the tracks or rare carnivores, Jim has continued to broaden his knowledge of all aspects of animal tracking. Starting In 1997 in an effort to improve his knowledge of the modern science of tracking, James made many trips to Wyoming and Montana to do field research and training in advanced and professional level tracking with master tracker, naturalist and carnivore ecologist, Dr. James Halfpenny . As the Director of The Ndakinna Education Center and Northeast Mammal Trackers Training Center Mr. Bruchac continues to train people of all ages and levels of expertise .