What Is Animal Tracking?

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Learn the basics on identifying animal tracking in this how-to video.

Part of the Video Series: How to Track Animals
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Video Transcript

We are going to be talking about animal tracking today. For more information on how to learn how to animal track, you can check our website walnuthilltracking.com. We are here on the shore of a reservoir in central Massachusetts which is one of the most densely populated states in the country. This reservoir is a huge oasis of solitude and beauty. A vast track of undeveloped land and water. There are 25,000 acres of water here and 56,000 acres of protected land. This area is home to many species of animals including things like bobcats and bears and bald eagles and loons. There are over 412 billion gallons of water here and 118 miles of shoreline. In our programs, we can track many species which we have not seen in New England and in the United States for many years such as the moose, the fisher, the coyote and many other mammals. But you don’t have to come to a vast area of wilderness like this to track. In fact, what we are trying to do is introduce people to tracking so they can do tracking in their very own backyards.


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