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Topic in Depth - Animal Tracks

For those of us living in Northern climates, when winter snow covers the landscape it provides great conditions to search for animal tracks. The following websites provide an abundance of information and resources about the ancient art of animal tracking.
Beartracker's Animal Tracks Den
Beartracker's Animal Tracks Den is an excellent comprehensive "online field guide to tracks and tracking." The site includes animal track images, photos, as...
Identifying and Preserving...
This site is an article by Jon C. Boren, Extension Wildlife Specialist and Byron D. Wright, Agricultural Specialist both from the University of New Mexico...
Outdoor Action Guide to Animal...
This is the Outdoor Action Guide to Animal Tracking by Rick Curtis of Princeton University. This website provides solid and detailed information on many...
Tom Brown Jr.'s Tracker School: ...
Tom Brown's Tracker School is the largest school of its kind with locations in New Jersey, California, and Florida. On this site, visitors will find course...
Wilderness Awareness School
The Wilderness Awareness School is located in Washington, but offers courses in other regions as well. Here, visitors can sign up for the School's newsletter,...
Forum on Wildlife Telemetry
This report, provided by the Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center (US Geological Service), covers "Innovations, Evaluations, and Research Needs" of...



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