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.

“Trackers revive, teach old skill for finding lost people”.


“In the vast forests and open spaces of Minnesota, finding missing people can be expensive and time consuming. When someone is lost in the north woods, searching for them often requires airplanes, helicopters and dozens of people. To make such searches more efficient, White Earth tribal conservation officers are learning an ancient skill called man … Continue reading “Trackers revive, teach old skill for finding lost people”.

Ab Taylor.


“Ab Taylor, plain-spoken Texan who became a legend in the arcane art of man-tracking during three decades with the U.S. Border Patrol and later taught children how to survive if they became lost in the wild […]¬†As he patrolled the rugged, unpopulated stretches of the U.S.-Mexico border, Taylor developed expertise in looking for the small … Continue reading Ab Taylor.

Jack Kearney – “Why tracking?”


Tracking is a tremendous aid to help locating children should become lost during camping and playing activities. SAR employed the use of Tracking since several years during the research of missing persons in order to detect their tracks, locate and bring them sound and safe to their beloved. This photo speaks by itself.