Caribou Rainforest is a team of wildlife trackers, photographers and filmmakers collaborating to tell the dramatic story of the crumbling world of mountain caribou in western Canada and the northwestern United States. Mountain caribou serve as a “canary in the coal mine”, their continued decline reflecting pressure from human resource extraction, recreation activities, and climate change on the remote and beautiful landscapes that these majestic caribou call home.
Team leader of the Mountain Caribou Initiative. He is a biologist and the author of two books, Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest and Wolves in the Land of Salmon. David has contributed his technical expertise to a wide variety of wildlife studies regionally and in the Canadian and U.S. Rocky mountains, focusing on using tracking and other non-invasive methods to study wildlife ecology and promote conservation. Learn more at davidmoskowitz.net
An avid naturalist, fisherwoman, and wildlife tracker. She hails from both the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Reservation in Northern Minnesota and the North Yorkshire Moors in the U.K. Kim is currently an instructor at Wilderness Awareness School in Duvall, WA.
An environmental and adventure filmmaker and the co-founder of Wild Confluence Films. His work has been shown at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, and has won numerous awards. Colin graduated from the Wilderness Awareness School and the University of Vermont, where he earned a Summa Cum Laude degree in Natural Resource Planning. Learn more at wildconfluence.com
Has worked in the fields of wilderness education and conservation for numerous organizations across the United States for the last fifteen years. He is certified as a Wildlife Tracking Specialist by Cybertracker Conservation. Marcus is currently the Lead Instructor for the Anake program at Wilderness Awareness School in Duvall, WA.
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