What to Look For
A Tracking How-To

There are a few signs that you will learn to look for to establish continuity of sign. Tracking is something anyone can learn. All you have to do is train your eye too lok for sign. These pages and pictures will give you an idea about the signs that indicate passage.

Click on a thumbnail picture to see a full-sized photo and more information.

animal tracks

heel markHeel mark

patternPattern

shineShine

dirt transferDirt transfer

bruised leafBruised leaf

flattened vegetationFlattened vegetation

embedded rockEmbedded rock

dewDew

color changeColor change

displaced rockDisplaced rock

impressed stoneImpressed stone

Rock rollRock roll

rolled stickRolled stick

track trapTrack trap

All photos Copyright 1999 by Kim A. Cabrera

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