- Raccoon & Bird Tracks. Valenza, Roberto // Raven Chronicles;2003, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p11
Presents the black and white photograph "Raccoon & Bird Tracks," by Roberto Valenza.
- Who's Been Here? // Click;Apr2010, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p15
Several photographs of animal tracks are presented including tracks of a frog, a rabbit, and a sparrow.
- Become a Track Detective! // New York State Conservationist;Dec2007, Vol. 62 Issue 3, Special section p7
This article provides ideas for searching for animal tracks and other outdoor explorations during winter. Animal tracks may be seen on fresh snow on the ground. Following the tracks can help locate an animal. Tracks may be drawn in a field journal. Photographs of tracks may be taken in early...
- Picture This! McNally, Bob // Mossy Oak's Hunting the Country;Winter2003, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p30
Discusses the importance of trail cameras to track deers during hunting. Experience of whitetail hunter Mike Mooney in photographing the activities of deers in a food plot; Importance of remote cameras for gathering information about a line of buck scrapes or rubs.
- Know your big-game tracks. Sparano, Vin T.; Laager, Ken // Outdoor Life;Sep95, Vol. 196 Issue 3, p94
Presents diagrams of big-game tracks. Mountain lion; Bighorn sheep; Wolf; Mountain goat; Whitetail deer; Mule deer; Antelope; Moose; Black bear; Grizzly; Elk.
- Whose track is that? Prescott, Lyle // Ranger Rick;Jan97, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p28
Presents information on identifying animal tracks. Includes shape of tracks as the first clue; Presence of claws; Number of toes; Size of the tracks; Manner of motion.
- Follow Those Animal Tracks. // Scholastic News -- Edition 1 (Teacher's Edition);Nov/Dec99, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p11
Presents an activity for children which involves tracking of animals.
- Animal trackers. Morgan, Jody // Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416);Dec94, Vol. 19 Issue 119, p73
Focuses on the reading of animal tracks on snow. Clues to animal behavior offered by track patterns; Classification of track patterns.
- Tracking lions in Zimbabwe. // Asian Pacific Post;10/22/2015, p8
The article focuses on the lion and elephant tracking efforts in the Mana Pools National Park and the Mukuvisi Woodlands Nature Reserve in Zimbabwe.