The Best Places for Tracking Animals

"The Best Places for Tracking Animals" map is a resource for finding and sharing excellent wildlife tracking sites in North America and beyond.

While wildlife tracks and sign can be found almost everywhere, there are unique locations that have ideal conditions. Great areas for tracking wildlife usually have two key attributes: 1) A diversity of wildlife species, and 2) excellent substrate, such as sand, mud, or dusty roads, that show clear tracks. Enjoy the information, and please contribute if you know of great tracking areas in your region!


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