Tracker's Field Guide

A Comprehensive Manual for Animal Tracking

Book Description

Jim Lowery is among North America's leading tracking experts. In this book he distills his remarkable expertise, gained over decades of intensive research and practical field experience, into a comprehensive field guide to tracking North American mammals. Fully illustrated with hundreds of drawings and high-resolution photographs, The Tracker's Field Guide sets a new standard for tracking books.

About Lowery, James

Jim Lowery founded Earth Skills in 1987 as an extension of his longtime passion for wilderness adventure. He has completed nine specialized classes in tracking, wilderness survival and related subjects from Tom Brown, Jr.'s Tracking, Nature and Wilderness Survival School in New Jersey, and has supplemented this study with other teachers as well as with thousands of hours in the field. Among the hundreds of classes and workshops he has taught over the past twenty-two years have been many special trainings for universities, naturalists, docents, teachers and wildlife biologists. Jim has a Masters Degree in German Language and Literature; was a writer and editor for Business Week Magazine for seven years; directed a citizen advocacy organization for ten years; and was Development Director for a large non-profit organization, prior to founding Earth Skills.