In just over a month we will be back out in Croatia on our Wildlife Watching and Tracking Course, over the last few years we have built up a fantastic working relationship with the Risnjak National Park rangers and staff. On all of our overseas trips we have always been keen to put something [&
When we were out in Croatia earlier this year on our Wildlife Watching and Tracking course, Woodland Ways donated one of our Spy Point trail cams to the rangers in Risnjak National park to help them monitor and record the amazing wildlife that lives there.
Once again on this weekends tracking course Jason took his group out to identify some track traps. A track trap is a perfect starting point when coming to new ground to assess what animals are in the woodlands as it is a place that will naturally funnel activity through it. This particular track tra
Our ancestors were exceptionally in tune with their environment, in order to interpret animal tracks and sign for food and danger. To the point where even fluctuations in temperature, air pressure etc would have registered an increase or decrease in activity.
We keep a periodical check on the rescued hedgehog that now lives at the back of our boat, last night
This weekend two of our trainee instructors were tasked with testing their tracking skills
This footage was taken on our new Bushnell trail came in our Woodlands in Oxfordshire.