Night is approaching........
and the temperature is dropping quickly. Alone in the woods, you have somehow become separated from your camping party. You've spent hours trying to find your way back....now you are surely lost, as well as cold, tired, hungry and frightened. You sit beneath a large tree, gathering leaves, dirt and brush around you trying to keep warm. Your thirst is overwhelming. you wonder if you will live until morning. Darkness falls. Then without warning, you see a flicker of light, hear the crashing of branches and are suddenly descended upon by a large dog wearing an orange vest bearing the word "RESCUE" Her handler is not far behind bringing food, water, first aid and your survival.
Wilderness Search and Rescue Team is a member of NYS Federation SAR Teams
NASAR is an education association comprised of thousands of dedicated paid and nonpaid personnel - all active or interested in search and rescue, disaster aid, emergency medicine and awareness education.
Bear Bait Radio Club has done many things with WSAR over the years, including trainings, drills and education. Many members of WSAR are licenced Amateur Radio operators. Check them out here !
WSAR is a proud supporter of Road ID. You can help WSAR by clicking on the link and ordering your very own Road ID.