Tracking and Reading Sign

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Tracking and Reading Sign is a colorful, practical introduction to tracking and reading sign that will help you spot and analyze tracks, prints, gaits, scats, scents, and animal behavior. With full-color photographs illustrating every nuance, the author makes these essential outdoor skills as easy as possible, and profiles more than twenty different animals and detailing their basic characteristics, tracks, habitat, diet, behaviors, and common relatives.

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Overview

Tracking and Reading Sign is a colorful, practical introduction to tracking and reading sign that will help you spot and analyze tracks, prints, gaits, scats, scents, and animal behavior. With full-color photographs illustrating every nuance, the author makes these essential outdoor skills as easy as possible, and profiles more than twenty different animals and detailing their basic characteristics, tracks, habitat, diet, behaviors, and common relatives.

Tracking animals is the original forensic science. Following the same techniques taught in forensic science, you'll learn to recognize clues and then piece together a story about how they came to be. This informative book is the perfect guide for anyone interested in honing their skills of studying animals and reading their tracks. Tracking and Reading Sign includes profiles of dozens of animals, including the New World Moose, American Elk, Eastern Cottontail Rabbit, Brown Bear, Gray Fox, White-tailed Deer. Each profile lists geographic range, habitat and basic characteristics.

Whether you are tracking a white-tailed deer or pondering what four-legged creature visited your backyard during the night, Tracking and Reading Sign is the definitive one-stop reference guide for hunters and animal watchers.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780785830023
  • Publisher: Book Sales, Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/15/2013
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 584,870
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Len McDougall is a professional outdoorsman with four decades of sometimes hard experience in the north woods. He is an internationally recognized survival instructor/tracker. He is the author of The Encyclopedia of Track & Scats, The Log Cabin: An Adventure, Practical Outdoor Survival, and The Snowshoe Almanac. He teaches survival, snowshoeing, kayaking, dogsledding, and tracking classes, and works as a wilderness guide.
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