“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.
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.
“It generally comes as quite a surprise when people discover that there are still men who practice this ancient art with as much skill and frequency as did the early cowboy and Indian. These men not only track other human beings almost daily, but actually earn their living at it. The United States Border Patrol has been charged with the … Continue reading “Border Patrollers tell how to track anybody” .