You’re a biologist working out of a remote ranch on the sagebrush plains of southern Idaho. It’s early May. You ride and walk daily to survey herds of pronghorn as part of a research program. One of your classmates goes to bed feeling lousy—achy, nauseous—and wakes up feeling worse.
Knowing you have training as a Wilderness First Responder (WFR), your colleagues ask you to take a look at this poor fellow.Read More