• 00:08

    Anti-Poaching Tracking, with Rory Young

    in Training

    .Rory Young is the co-author of “A Field Manual for Anti Poaching Activities”. He has also been published by Newsweek, Forbes, The Huffington Post, Slate and many others, and was awarded the title “Top Writer 2013” by the online knowledge market Quora for his writings on African wildlife and conservation. He has also been interviewed and quoted by Smithsonian Magazine, Huffington Post, Yahoo News and many other publications about the current poaching crisis and what needs to be done to reign it in.
    He originally trained as a Professional Guide and Professional Hunter (via problem animal control in community wildlife areas in Zimbabwe and Zambia), in the early 90’s. This was achieved under the then rigorous licensing system of the Zimbabwean Department of National Parks and Wildlife Management. He has now spent 25 years working in the related fields of conservation, wildlife management, forestry and safaris. Multi-lingual, this has enabled him to cross the divide between Anglophone and Francophone countries, to gain a uniquely broad perspective of the continent and its conservation challenges and potential solutions.
    An expert tracker, he has developed and researched the skills since childhood. He has successfully combined traditional tracking methods with modern forensics and military tactical tracking, to develop highly effective methods of locating poachers. He has been invited to advise and teach advanced tracking and other field skills to wildlife protection, law-enforcement and military special operations personnel in many African and Western countries.


    Realizing wildlife protection needs to be tailor made, he has worked in partnership and consulted with experts, gaining a wide base of knowledge and skills including investigations, surveillance and apprehension tactics. http://youngrory.wordpress.com/

  • 00:57

    Anti-Poaching Tracking~~Rory Young

    in Training

    Rory Young is the co-author of "A Field Manual for Anti Poaching Activities". He has also been published by Newsweek, Forbes, The Huffington Post, Slate and many others, and was awarded the title “Top Writer 2013” by the online knowledge market Quora for his writings on African wildlife and conservation. He has also been interviewed and quoted by Smithsonian Magazine, Huffington Post, Yahoo News and many other publications about the current poaching crisis and what needs to be done to reign it in.
    He originally trained as a Professional Guide and Professional Hunter (via problem animal control in community wildlife areas in Zimbabwe and Zambia), in the early 90’s. This was achieved under the then rigorous licensing system of the Zimbabwean Department of National Parks and Wildlife Management. He has now spent 25 years working in the related fields of conservation, wildlife management, forestry and safaris. Multi-lingual, this has enabled him to cross the divide between Anglophone and Francophone countries, to gain a uniquely broad perspective of the continent and its conservation challenges and potential solutions.
    An expert tracker, he has developed and researched the skills since childhood. He has successfully combined traditional tracking methods with modern forensics and military tactical tracking, to develop highly effective methods of locating poachers. He has been invited to advise and teach advanced tracking and other field skills to wildlife protection, law-enforcement and military special operations personnel in many African and Western countries.


    Realizing wildlife protection needs to be tailor made, ha has worked in partnership and consulted with experts, gaining a wide base of knowledge and skills including investigations, surveillance and apprehension.


    http://youngrory.wordpress.com/

  • 00:37

    Bradford & Hillary Keeney, Tracking the mystery

    in Training

     


    We talk to Bradford  and Hillary Keeney for their prespectives on tracking.  


    Bradford Keeney Ph.D., author of "The Bushman Way of Tracking God" and numerous other books, is an anthropologist of cultural healing traditions, traditional healer, therapist, shaman, improvisational performer, a world traveler and has lived with many indigenous peoples.


    Hillary Keeney ,Ph.D. is a distinguished scholar, author, and practitioner of creative transformation and improvisational performance. Co-Founder and President of THE KEENEY INSTITUTE FOR HEALING


    To learn more about their work, visit http://keeneyinstitute.org/


    Another link  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWEQOG-VUsI&list=TLQIU9lwd94S_T8OhFXFGSmy1fnLbw2Bvi

  • 00:38

    Immersion into tracking, with Jeff Rychwa

    in Training

    Jeff discusses the unseen and eternal aspects of tracking.  Caretaker mind, tracking with the whole body and ecological web/ butterfly effect. 


     

  • 01:30

    Tracking into the future, teaching youth with Ricardo Sierra

    in Training

    Ricardo Sierra, founder of Hawk Circle Wilderness Education, former assistant instructor at Tom Brown's Tracking and Survival School, a member of the Tracking Projects Community Mentoring Program in New Mexico, Wolverine Way interviews and 7 day challenge. 


    Ricardo talks from his many years of experience teaching tracking to the next generation.


    visit his website at http://www.hawkcircle.com/


    Ricardo's work doing the Wolverine way http://thewolverineway.com/

  • 00:09

    Finding and Loading "The Art of Tracking"

    in Training

    How to upload episodes to your Iphone and Ipad for easy listening later.


    Facebook page, you can find us on Facebook "The Art of Tracking" radio and "like" it for easy updates on shows and tracking pictures.

  • 00:31

    Jonah Evans, tracking certifications and conservation work.

    in Training

    Jonah Evans, creator of itrack wildlife app, talks about CyberTracker certifications, the role tracking plays with conservation efforts and the job market for trackers.


     iTrack Wildlife app-- is the most comprehensive digital field guide to animal tracks ever made and it's only for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Whether you're a naturalist, a hunter, a nature lover, an outdoor enthusiast, or a wildlife biologist, you will find iTrack Wildlife to be a terrific companion on your outdoor adventures. While the simple and intuitive design make this app accessible to the novice, the wealth of accurate information and powerful search tools will appeal to experts and wildlife professionals.


     

  • 00:15

    Tracking Winter Storm NIKA

    in Weather

    The first news episode as I give you a look as to where NIKA will travel and strike next.

  • 00:16

    Tracking a tracker: Michael Douglas from Maine Primitive Skills School

    in Training

    Mike Is a master tracker from the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. He has a depth of knowledge in the art and science of tracking.

  • 00:30

    Tracking with Tom Brown III

    in Training

    We catch up with Tom again to talk about the deep subject of tracking. Tom has a lot going on, can't wait to catch up...

  • 01:31

    Dirt tracking southern style

    in Sports

    9 year old MOD driver harrison hall visits us, Stan Lester from Fastrak Racing series visits us, Kate Dillion from CARS hangs out and tells us about this fantastic show

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