Was that track on the trail left by a dog or a coyote? A caribou or a moose? A white-tailed deer or a peccary, perhaps? Was that pile of droppings deposited by a bobcat or a fox? Covering nearly 150 of the continent's most common or characteristic species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians north of Mexico, Scats and Tracks of North America helps you determine just what has passed your way and could still be nearby.
Look inside to find:
- Easy-reference descriptions with precise measurements and detailed illustrations of scats, tracks, and gait patterns
- An identification key and a glossary of tracking terms
- Thorough instructions for documenting your finds
- Rare species of particular interest, such as the jaguarondi and the polar bear
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James Halfpenny was featured in a Discovery Channel documentary on the loss of native tracking skills and has taught outdoor education since 1961 for the Smithsonian, Outward Bound, and the Appalachian Mountain Club.
Todd Telander is a natural science illustrator and wildlife artist. His work has appeared widely in museums, galleries, and private collections.
James Halfpenny and Todd Telander have collaborated on ten previous FalconGuides Scats and Tracks titles covering various regions of North America.