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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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Garth and Steve take a look at the movement of cycles and the signs they leave, how it can be used for nativagtion and, how they can be used as a measuring device for tracks and how they change animals behavior. The behavior shows up... more

Tom Brown III, owner and operator of Primitive Arts Collective, joins us for a one on one conversation about tracking.

We talk to Steve Fortin founder of Wild Arkansas Primitive institute, and hear his tales of tracking.

Explore the world of tracking with Kim Cabrera, from Beartracker's Animal Tracks Den (www.bear-tracker.com) as she shares stories she has read in nature through tracks.

On this episode, Weaselbear and Garth Olson talk about what it takes to become a competent animal tracker. Here we use the term 'Holistic Tracker' coined by master tracker and naturalist Jon Young. A holistic tracker has an expanded... more

Well as any tracker can tell you, aging a track can be a tremendous undertaking.. There are a thousand variables and it takes years of serious study to get proficient at aging track and sign. Join Garth Olson and myself as we talk about... more

Fernando provides expert education in his classes. He has been in the business for 40 years, and has tried and true methods. join us and listen in while Fernando talks about tracking

Tonight we go on air with Master Tracker Fernando Moreira. Fernando has been all over the worlds saving lives and capturing futives. This Will be a two part series. In tonights radio talk, Fernando will explain his history, how he got into... more

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