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Tracking and the Art of Observation - Fundamentals DVD
Tracking and the Art of Observation - Fundamentals
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Tracking and the Art of Observation - Fundamentals
h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 |ENGLISH, aac, 48000 Hz, 2 channels | 3h 12 mn | 3.42 GB
Created by: Rich P Hungerford
Developing the Innate Tracker Within; Through the Enhancement of Sensory Acuity Skills
What you'll learn
At the end of this course, students will be able to fully observe the environment around them while remaining fully present in that moment. You will be able to follow an identified quarry across the landscape and glean information regarding that quarry from the many sign and marks it leaves behind it. You will understand how to train your skills of observation and to use various equipment to both observe and track more efficiently. Ultimately you will be able to immerse yourself in the natural world with deeper and more meaningful understanding. You will also be capable of building on your skills to assist in search & rescue, law enforcement or military applications of the art of tracking.
There are no course prerequisites for this course.
Tracking is the art of being able to track a human being or animal by the many signs and marks (sign) left on the ground and surroundings after their passage through an area. It is one of the most ancient of skills, mastered by our human ancestors as they relied on it to hunt and procure food. Many traditional cultures still practice this art but regrettably it is slowly dying out.
The course is ideal for anyone involved in search and rescue teams as employing tracking skills allows search areas to be reduced and efforts to be refined when searching for lost persons. Tracking teams can supplement ground and aerial searches and are used extensively as a vital component of search and rescue efforts.
People with an interest in observing nature, monitoring or photographing wildlife will benefit from the skills taught on the course as animal behaviour is discussed among other topics. Anyone seeking a more intimate understanding of the natural environment in any respect will gain much from the observation and perceptual training presented during the course.
Who this course is for:
Anyone who wants to learn to use their senses more fully, engage with nature more meaningfully or is involved in wildlife research, search and rescue, law enforcement or military occupations.
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