Listen Like a Wildlife Tracker
Notice Your Noise.
Have you ever stopped to listen to the sounds you’re making as you move through the world? How quiet can you be? Are your pants rustling as you walk? Are your shoes clomping as you hike along a trail?

The key to wildlife tracking is minimizing the sounds you make so you can move without causing a stir. Rather than wearing high-tech outdoor gear, skilled trackers take their lead from indigenous cultures and wear soft, quiet clothes (like buckskin moccasins) and pay attention to the subtle, often unintentional sounds they make.