“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.
Being in lockdown can be really bad, I perfectly know that. Everyday I miss the mountains, fresh air, the pureness of each single moment spent in the outdoors. And I miss my hours of “dirt time” on ground too! So I decided to look in the face this monster and take advantage of it, developing … Continue reading Tricks of the trade to become a better Tracker.
Check this! Eléonore Lluna, directrice générale associée at Time on target – Expéditions et survie, interviewed me in January 2020.
No doubt I am a go getter in life, so I definitely love to submit to my Students and readers new materials in order to understand how the Art of Tracking works. Recently came the idea of showing the chemical and biological factors which affect the process of deterioration of a plant, trees, seeds and … Continue reading Botanical Science applied to the Art of Tracking.
The talented Knife and Sword Maker Alessandro Cosmai from AC Cosmai Blades honored me of this little custom beast that I nicely rename “Amarillo” due to the colors of the handle. It greatly fits my needings to have a small blade at easy reach while on Tracking Training. Total lenght: 19,5 cm – … Continue reading Addition to my Tracking Kit: custom knife.
On Day Three of Pathfinder School – Dave Canterbury’s Basic Survival Class (in collaboration with Cimone Outdoor and Outdoor Tribe) I’ve had the priviledge of introducing the attendees to the Art of Tracking related to Search and Rescue needings & requirements. It was a deep honor to talk about the benefits of this Art among … Continue reading Workshop on Tracking at Pathfinder School – Dave Canterbury’s Basic Survival Class