Join us as we search for tracks and sign along the banks of the Sandy River!
The floodplain at Oxbow Park hosts a diversity of wildlife. Some of the tracks and signs we've encountered there have been left by mountain lion, coyote, bear, deer, toad(!), mink, beaver, otter, and more! You never know who you might find.
The Tracking Club is led by Cascadia Wild Tracking Leaders. This is an informal gathering where you can practice your tracking skills and learn from each other. It is a space for people to get together, learn and share knowledge, encourage each other along their journey, and have fun.
Tracking Club meets the last Sunday of every month 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.
NOTE: May Tracking Club will meet a week early, on May 23.
- Meet at the Oxbow Park Floodplain, which is the first parking lot on the left after you enter the park. (map of Oxbow)
- Cost is free, but there is a $5 entrance fee to Oxbow Park per vehicle.
- No need to RSVP - just show up!
*Wear a mask and practice physical distancing at this event. Please do not carpool with members outside your household/social unit. Do not attend if you are feeling even the slightest bit sick. Maximum group size is 8; if this group size is met we will split into smaller groups. Thank you!
No need to register or RSVP, just meet us at 9:00 at the Oxbow Floodplain, the first parking lot on the left as you enter the park.