Basic Tracking Course (March, 17th 2018)

I'm eagerly proud of all my students at Basic Tracking Course. Not an easy day for sure! Heavy rain, cold temperature, and tracks that disappear in less than a hour. But let me say this: if you start great, you'll do great. We all put a lesson learnt to use for sure.  

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?

Tracking in Movies and TV Series.

Frantically updated as I run across into new stuff, this list is intended to be an invitation. Not all the movies here mentioned are masterpiece or what, they just contain some scenes (good or bad reconstructions, it depends) based on Tracking. Enjoy and please write me pm or leave a comment if you have some … Continue reading Tracking in Movies and TV Series.

About enhancing tracks at night.

In my personal experience as a student of Tracking, in quite every book I've read I've run across the amount of importance light has in Tracking. Not only daylight I mean. To the most of people, Tracking during the darkness should be an oxymoron. How could you think to follow tracks when it's night? How … Continue reading About enhancing tracks at night.

Observation Training.

A crucial part in Tracking is played by observation of every detail which happens to be "out of order" in Nature. In fact, the gait of a person walking in a forest, for example, not only determines his presence in it, but it does also alterate the natural state of that particular kind of environment. … Continue reading Observation Training.