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TrackerCertification – The official site of the tracker certification in North America.
CyberTracker – The site of the tracker evaluations in South Africa. Developed by Louis Liebenberg.
NatureTracking Certifications – A link to the certification info on this website.
David Moskowitz – Photography, tracking classes, and Tracker Certifications by David Moskowitz. Based in Washington.
Leoniak Tracking Services – Certifications offered in North America by George Leoniak in Vermont.
Wildlife Tracking Southwest – Classes, workshops and certifications in North America by Casey McFarland. Based in New Mexico.
Schools and Classes
A Naturalists World – Classes and other useful information. Based in Montana and Wyoming, taught by Dr. Jim Halfpenny.
Alderleaf Wilderness College* – Tracking and survival classes and apprenticeships taught by Jason Knight in Washington.
Coyote Trails School of Nature* – Tracking, nature, and wilderness skills taught by Joe Kreuzman and Eirik Moergen.
David Moskowitz* – Photography, tracking classes, and Tracker Certifications by David Moskowitz. Based in Washington.
Earth Native Wilderness School* – Dave Scott’s wildlife tracking and wilderness survival school based in Austin, Texas.
Earth Skills – Classes in tracking and survival taught by Jim Lowery in California.
EarthTracks – Classes in animal and search and rescue tracking taught by Dwight Wilson in Missouri.
Flying Deer Nature Center* – Nature immersion school in New York. Tracking club with Josh Wood.
Leoniak Tracking Services* – Tracker Certifications by George Leoniak. Based in Vermont.
Natural Awareness Tracking School* – Classes in animal and search and rescue tracking by Rob Speiden. While based in Virginia, classes are available anywhere.
Roots School* – Tracking and survival skills classes and trainings in Vermont.
The Tracker School – Many classes in tracking, awareness and survival taught by Tom Brown Jr.
White Pine Programs* – Tracking classes and apprenticeships taught by Dan Gardoqui and Dan Hansche.
Wilderness Awareness School* – Numerous classes in tracking taught by a variety of staff in Washington.\
Woodsmoke Bushcraft & Wilderness Survival* – Survival and tracking classes based in the United Kingdom.
*Taught by certified instructors
African Tracker – A site dedicated to raising awareness of animal tracking in southern Africa.
Animals Don’t Cover Their Tracks – The most active animal tracking Facebook community.
Beartracker’s Animal Tracks Den – Photographs and useful resources compiled by Kim Cabrera.
Diersporen – A Dutch language website with animal tracks from the Netherlands and surrounding areas.
How to Identify a Cougar Track – Some useful tips on telling cougars from dogs.
Nature Mentor – A site dedicated to sharing wilderness skills and tracking.
Natural Skills – The animal tracks and wildlife blog of Connor O’Malley.
Reddit – An active community of trackers asking and answering questions.
Virtual Dirt Time – A great site of track photographs and information on identification for Oregon.
Wildlife Tracking in North America – A comprehensive collection of tracking resources and information on tracker evaluations by Mark Elbroch, currently in California.
Citizen Science & Research
Keeping Track – Uses citizen trackers to identify wildlife corridors in Vermont, run by Susan Morse.
San Diego Tracking Team* – Uses citizen trackers to identify wildlife hotspots in southern California.
Sky Islands Alliance – Uses citizen trackers to locate wildlife linkages in southern Arizona.
WildTrack – Dedicated to further developing the “Footprint Identification Technique” a statistical software for identifying individuals of a species from tracks, by Dr. Sky Alibhai and Zoe Jewell in Portugal.
*Uses certified data collectors
CyberTracker – The original site of the tracker evaluation as well as the innovative software. Developed by Louis Liebenberg.
FGASA – The field guides association of South Africa. Holds evaluations for natural history and guiding skills.
ISPT – The International Society of Professional Trackers holds an annual conference where trackers from around the world come to share ideas.