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The Art of Tracking


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We interview master trackers around the world and talk about Holistic tracking. We talk about The art and science of following tracks across the landscape, The ability to read those tracks and tell the story of the track maker, and methodology and insight.

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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...

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... more

One aspect of tracking is about finding the relationships between animals and the environment and specific objects in the environment. Sherlock Holmes was a master of this with humans. Here we look at this aspect of tracking and follow... more

We talk with Michael Douglas from Maine Primative Skills school about tracking.

we talk about the subtlety of tracking

Fernando Moreira a proffesional tracker explains how a tracker can benefit police and detectives at a crime scene and what it takes to become a crime scene tracker.

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.

Tonight we are honored to have the distinguished Ty Cunningham on our radio show. Among many accomplishments Ty is a master tracker and joins us to share his wisdom.

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

People today see tracking as an almost magical, but dead art. In this episode, We study the trackers of the world to see their particular magic, mystic, methods, and mysteries.skills. San, Aboriginal, Rhodesian, Apache, TBJ.

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