If tracking is a useful aid in your work or if you simply enjoy exploring the wonders of nature through tracking, you’ve come to the right place. Of course, the interweb is no substitute for the great outdoors but it is a great resource for linking people, sharing ideas and learning stuff. And that in a nutshell is what we’re about.
Those with a common interest in tracking are often spread far and wide and don’t cross paths very often. We hope you will use this site to share what you have learnt with others and in turn learn from them. So email us your tracking tips, send us a mystery track or, if you are stumped by some or other track, send us a clear picture of the blighter and we’ll ask our panel of experts to see if they can crack it.