Our Tracking Curriculum is used by naturalists, hunters, search and rescue professionals, and military personnel. We share this vast area of study by breaking it down to eight disciplines.

  1. Track identification involves species recognition skills as well as tools to determine individuals within each species.
  2. Subject and Substrate Analysis examines the behaviors of tracking media and the behaviors of the subjects being tracked.
  3. Track interpretation allows the tracker to read each track, track pattern, track cluster, and sign to determine what the subject was doing at the time the tracks were made.
  4. Track Aging involves the analysis of tracks and track degradation in response to time, weather, and gravity.
  5. Trailing is the art and science of following the subject through varied terrain as well as closing the gap between the tracker/tracking team and the subject they are tracking.
  6. Tracking Methodology studies the techniques and approaches used by tracking cultures around the world.
  7. Ecological Tracking allows the tracker to read the entire landscape for solid species lists and locations within each biome.
  8. Intuitive tracking combines the other seven arts with the awareness skills to create a harmonic in one’s tracking ability that is greater than the sum of one’s individual inventory of tracking skills.

  • Bird Language Day Workshop
    December 21, 2014
    8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Event Phone: 207.623.7298

Birds and animals are experts of calorie efficiency by necessity.  Each of their behaviors, calls, movements, and body language cues are specific to a stimuli in their territory. Practice deciphering real meaning from the birds and wildlife in your area through sounds, movement, and tracks in this re-introduction to the drama unfolding in our backyard every day.

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