Training in Tracking
Forward by Baden-Powell
III. Observation Indoors
VI. Stalking--Points to Observe
VII. Stalking--How to Get Down to It
XI. Human Footprints
XII. Booted Tracks
XXI. Plaster Casts
XXII. Tracking Rules
XXIII. The Influence of Ground, Time, and Weather
XXIV. Training in Tracking for Scouts and Cubs
APPENDIX: Tracker's Badge
UPRIGHT CROUCHING POSITION
THE "FELINE" CRAWL
THE "FELINE-FLAT" CRAWL .
SOME NATURE SIGNS
SECTION THROUGH FOOT-PRINTING FRAME
SKETCH OF BOOTMARK
MORE HUMAN TRACKS
VARIOUS TYPES OF MOTOR TIRE TREADS
DUNLOP CORD BALLOON TIRE AND TRACK MADE BY IT
SPOOR OF BULLOCK, SHEEP, PIG, DEER
TRAIL OF CAT AND DOG
FOOT OF PIGEON AND PHEASANT
PHOTOGRAPH OF TRACK IN SNOW
A I5,000,000-YEAR-OLD CAST
At end of book
I. PRINT MADE BY HUMAN FOOT.
II. PRINTS OF FEET OF OTTER, FOX, PONY, COW.
III. SPECIMEN TRACKS OF FOUR CLASSES OF GAIT.
IV. SERIES OF TRACKS OF TREE-PERCHER, GROUND-WALKER, WADER, AND WATER BIRD.
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