Introduction to Animal Tracking Pocket Field Guide

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A guide to understanding the science and art of tracking mammals.  

Join Craig Caudill, Certified Master Naturalist and life-long tracker, as he provides insight on how to take an interest in animal tracking and turn it into a useful skillset.

This video shares some of the information found in this guide (see more below the video) as well as the online companion online course that goes with it.   

This pocket-sized field guide covers the common and not-so-common necessities of becoming a tracker:

  • The character traits of a tracker
  • Pre, During, and Post Tracking details
  • The ten questions you should ask yourself every time you see a track.
  • A detailed look at the types of sign 
  • Gait/Patterns of movement
  • Detailed info to look for with numerous species.
  • A detailed chart with info on tracks and scat
  • Lots more!

Craig will sign all field guides purchased through Nature Reliance School.  You can join Craig in the NRS Membership for the Tracking Course Companion to this guide.  Craig takes each section of this guide and goes to the fields and forests to share practical insight into tracking.  

Tracking cards available at the following link.


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