Leashed Dog Deer Tracking/Black Racer Snakes/LlamaEpisode Guide »
Host Lawrence Pyne joins Tim Nichols to learn training techniques for leashed dog tracking then heads out with Todd Whitaker of Whitaker's Leashed Dog Tracking on a mission to find a wounded deer during bow season. Lawrence then joins members of the Reptile and Amphibian Scientific Advisory Group as they attempt to locate two racers tagged with transmitters. Lastly, host Marianne Eaton joins Lindsay on a llama trek with a few friends and a big picnic lunch that she didn't have to carry.
Ice Fishing, Shooting Ranges, Bob Klein, Bald Eagle SurveyDog Sledding / Timber Rattlers / Wenlock WMAScuba Diving, Panning For Gold, Rock River WMA, GillnettingHudson River Stripers, Doe Camp, Podunk WMA, Goose Round-UpKent Pond Bass, Bat Research, Vermont SkydivingWildlife Habitat Incentives, Deer ManagementRestoring The Battenkill, High School TaxidermyFrostbite Derby, Electrofishing; Middlesex WMACrappie, Victory Basin WMA, Brilyea DamSpring Mushrooms, Brook Trout, Peregrine FalconsYouth Deer Hunting, Atherton Meadows WMA, Ice ClimbingBlack Bears, Grand Isle Festival, Johnson Farm WMAZip Line, Female Hunters, Terry Tyler CollectionUpland Bird Hunting, West Mountain WMAOvernight Ice Fishing, Plymsbury Management AreaOrvis Wing Shooting, Turner Hill WMA, LCI DerbyFly Fishing Camp, Paddle Boarding, Steam Mill Brook WMAVermont Muskie Restoration and Sea Lamprey ControlAlburg Dunes State ParkOtter Creek Classic, Fairlee Marsh, Yankee Sportsman ClassicShed Hunt, Pine Mountain WMA, Vermont Big Game Trophy ClubGame Cameras, Mud Creek WMA, Trap-and-Transfer
Resources & Links
Leashed Dog Deer Tracking
- Whitakers Leashed Dog Tracking
Todd & Wendy Whitaker - Handlers
- Deer Search Inc.
Black RacersLlama Trek
- Leashed Dog Tracking Service
46 Brookside Lane
Granville, NY 12832
Outdoor Journal Episode Guide
- Northern Vermont Llama Co.
Geoff & Lindsay Chandler
766 Lapland Road
Waterville, VT 05492
- Stowe Llama Ranch
Chris and Linda Wood
2363 West Hill Road
Stowe, VT 05672
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