Help support rhino, elephant and giraffe conservation while learning how to “track poachers” or wildlife from experienced anti poaching rangers. This day course will be an introduction to tracking and give attendess the insight to see what life is like on the front lines of conservation. You will learn first hand how rangers defend wildlife, track down and apprehend poachers before they get a rhino or elephant.
Mike Veale & Calvin Kipling, both active and experienced Anti-Poaching rangers and trackers, who work in multiple African National Parks and reserves, will lead the course as a fun fundraiser for our boots on the ground conservation efforts.
Where: Meet us at Cuyamaca Rancho State Park campground and join us for a day of tracking and tracking games all while hiking through the beautiful Laguna Mountain range.
When: March 25th, 9am till 4pm
Cost: $50 (Tax deductible)
– Course includes completion certificate & GCF Shirt
Practical uses of Tracking outside of anti-poaching include
- Search & Rescue
- Home and property security
- Camera traps for wildlife monitoring
- Back tracking yourself if separated from your hiking group
*Please pack a lunch, bring comfortable boots for hiking and enough water for a day of hiking.
All proceeds go to
Global Conservation Force anti-Poaching and wildlife conservation efforts.
More info on Cuyamaca Rancho State Park.
“Cuyamaca Rancho State Park is a state park in California, USA, located 40mi east of San Diego in the Laguna Mountains of the Peninsular Ranges. The park’s 26000acre feature pine, fir, and oak forests, with meadows and streams that exist due to the relatively high elevation of the area compared to its surroundings. The park includes 6512ft Cuyamaca Peak, the second-highest point in San Diego County.”