Tracks & Tracking

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Nature is our most superb and consummate teacher, and the winter season offers an incomparable smorgasbord of wild offerings to not only just delight us, but to draw out a level and quality of attention within us that institutional learning seldom achieves.

Tracking animal sign across our winter landscape appeals greatly to the sleuthing instincts, and for all the Sherlock’s out there today, it holds promise for drawing out levels of ecological understanding that surpass anything found in textbook science regarding the magical realms of relationship found in Great Nature.

It is wild.

And it may just be the best of the ‘wildness’ that Thoreau says our survival is based upon!

                         “In wildness is the preservation of the World”                                       …

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