The Complete Tracker The Tracks, Signs and Habits of North by Len McDougall

By Len McDougall

The whole Tracker is a concise, thorough consultant to the tracks, indicators, and conduct of North America's preferred species of natural world. Readers study the secrets and techniques of a grasp tracker, assembling a transparent photo from tracks, scat, and different indicators. used to be it a puppy or a wolf? Fox or coyote? Did it cross through the day past or an hour in the past? the whole Tracker additionally teaches tips to get just about animals - every thing from bobcats to beavers, marmots to moose - by means of understanding the main points in their conduct and a master-tracker's pointers on heading off detection. Over one hundred fifty line drawings express tracks of 60 varied species of natural world lower than a superb number of terrain stipulations. additionally inlcudes maps, charts, and diagrams.

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