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.
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Resources and 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
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- 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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