“Each Track has a specific story, no matter on which substrate it has been left. It is, in itself, the evidence that someone (or something) passed. The art of reading tracks, as you know, is mostly related to any Outdoor scenario, preferably not so much contaminated by the presence of other tracks. This should make … Continue reading How to track in a city.
First try of casting with plaster.
Man-Tracking School – Footwear-Casting
Books on Mantracking.
This post is intended to be a sort of “Tracker List” of some good books I’ve actually bought&found on Mantracking. The order is absolutely randomly and the update is steady.
Conservation Ranger Course with C.R.O.W.
On May 5th and 6th I’ve attendend the first topic of the Conservation Ranger Course developed and hold by C.R.O.W. [Conservation Rangers Operations Worldwide]. On July 22nd at European Security Academy, in Poland, me and all the other attendants graduated successfully as Rangers. The reasons behind the choice to take part of this lie in … Continue reading Conservation Ranger Course with C.R.O.W.
To read is to understand. To understand is to belong.
How many times we have seen the ground and just considered it terrain, grain, grass, peebles, sand and more over or even concrete and asphalt? Thousands. “Learn how to read the ground“. That precisely what Tracking is. Ground shows up itself as an amalgam of signs, as an inner chaos to the most novices among Tracking … Continue reading To read is to understand. To understand is to belong.
Dizziness before Tracking?
Have you ever experienced a sense of dizziness just a couple of minutes of early dirt time? I have, I won’t hide you that. It comes out that my mind and my eyes start to tremble in the precise moment I need them the most. You can easily figure out the scene: I’m just arrived … Continue reading Dizziness before Tracking?