Susan Morse

Keeping Track®'s mission is to inspire community participation in the long-term stewardship of wildlife habitat. We teach adults and children to observe, interpret, record and monitor evidence of wildlife habitat in their communities, and we support the use of monitoring data by citizens in local and regional conservation planning. Keeping Tracks focus on wide ranging mammals provides a vital indicator of the ecological health of the landscape as a whole.

Susan Morse is a nationally recognized naturalist and habitat specialist with thirty years of experience tracking and interpreting wildlife uses of habitat.  She has been an active participant in Western Forest Carnivores Committee meetings and she is currently a founding member of the Northeast Carnivore Conservation Working Group.  Her research has focused on cougar, bobcat, black bear, and Canada lynx.  In 2001 Susan was the recipient of the Franklin Fairbanks Award for her lifelong creative and dedicated service to enriching the awareness and understanding of the natural world among the residents of New England.

Contact Susan Morse

Keeping Track, Inc.
PO Box 444
Huntington, Vermont  05462-0444
Phone: (802)899-2023


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Vermont