New Tracking Website
The new NatureTracking.com website is finally live. I hope you will find it to be a useful tool for identifying all kinds of animal tracks and learning about tracking. I worked hard to create a clean and intuitive interface that is fun and easy to use and I hope you enjoy it.
The new site has 4 distinct gallery pages for Mammal Tracks, Bird Tracks, Herp (Reptile and Amphibian) Tracks, and Invertebrate (Insect) Tracks. These pages combined include nearly 2,000 images of tracks and sign and many tips and tricks for identifying tracks.
In the future I plan on adding individual species accounts with detailed information for the most common animals.
I am also really excited about using this blog to share my thoughts and ideas about tracking and wildlife. I often find myself lost in thought considering some aspect of tracking and I intend to use this blog as a journal and as a way to share these ideas with you all. So stay tuned, more is on the way.
I’m also in the process of creating an email list (sign up here) in order to share announcements about upcoming tracker certifications, new field guides, and the occasional reminder when new blog posts are live on the site.
Please let me know what you think. You can use this contact form to tell me if there’s something you’d like to see on the site or if you just want to say hi.