The Sunday Times in South Africa offers a story about one of its writers learning the fine art of reading animal footprints in the bush from a veteran EcoTraining tracker.
Quotable quote: “On the day I arrived, there was high excitement among the 10 students when they found fresh lion spoor and followed it for 2km before Robert stopped, squatted down, and spotted the giant, lone female 30m ahead. She was a bit uneasy and they didn’t stay long. One of the younger students, Wian Burger, says: ‘You have to trust your gut in the bush – if you don’t have that, you’re gonna die.'”
Catch the rest of the article by Marianne Schwankhart HERE
Tags: African safari, Become an African Guide, EcoTraining, Tracking Animals in Africa