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Tracker Manual A Practical Guide to Animal Tracking in Southern Africa

Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual
By: Alex van den Heever(Author), Renias Mhlongo(Author), Karel Benadie(Author), Ian McCallum(Foreword By)
312 pages, 900 colour photos, b/w illustrations
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This practical guide to animal tracking is a one-of-its-kind manual, based on information developed with the help of southern Africa's few remaining traditional trackers and their centuries-old wisdom in the field.

It presents the more concrete and obvious wildlife signs for some 160 animals and teams them with a host of seemingly unrelated details to give a comprehensive picture of recent – and not-so-recent – traffic through the bush.

Simple, bulleted text guides readers through the key points and teaches the broad-based observational skills required to detect and interpret messages; multiple photographs, some annotated, along with accurate track drawings for all the animals, offer a clear visual guide too.

Rich in detail, accurate, and with an instructive introduction, Tracker Manual to the region's animal tracks and signs is every tracker's go-to manual.

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Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual
By: Alex van den Heever(Author), Renias Mhlongo(Author), Karel Benadie(Author), Ian McCallum(Foreword By)
312 pages, 900 colour photos, b/w illustrations
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