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Mammal Tracks and Sign of the Northeast by Diane Gibbons

Diane attended the Tracker School. Mammal Tracks and Sign of the Northeast is a field guide for identifying the tracks of mammal species native to the region which extends from New England, New York, and Pennsylvania to eastern Canada. Simple to use and light and easy to carry in the field, the book contains the…

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Nature Observation and Tracking; Tom Brown Jr.

If you’re just getting started with Tracking, this is a great book to start with. It covers all the basics of tracking: track identification, sign tracking, gait, etc. and it also covers awareness skills which are a hallmark and necessity in tracking.  https://www.amazon.com/Browns-Field-Nature-Observation-Tracking/dp/0425099660/r…

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Mammal Tracks and Signs: North American Species: Mark Elbroch

This is an outstanding guide for trackers. It has detailed information about each species such as gait patterns, sign, scat and habitats. Invaluable for learning how find and understand the tracks of these animals. https://www.amazon.com/Mammal-Tracks-Sign-American-Species/dp/0811737748/ref=sr…

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Guide to Animal Tracking and Behavior; Lillian and Donald Stokes

his is a good overall book, especially for those just getting started with tracking. The highlight for me is the information on animal behaviors. This is particularly helpful when you’re dealing with a new animal- or hoping to interact with a new species.  A ton of information in this book.  https://www.amazon.com/Stokes-Guide-Animal-Tracking-Behavior/dp/0316817341/ref=…