How to Read Animal Traces

  When you are adventuring in the forest, it is helpful to have some knowledge of the trails of wild animals, so you can know if they are ...


When you are adventuring in the forest, it is helpful to have some knowledge of the trails of wild animals, so you can know if they are wild animals and should be avoided or animals that could be your dinner.

• Bird of prey

The footprints of birds of prey are usually easy to spot, with 3 claws, with a longer middle. In addition, you can recognize the presence of this animal by looking for signs of droppings in the form of pellets which are usually mixed with bones and hair, indicating former prey.

• Cat Family

Traces of the cat family generally show a form of printable pads, but the paws are not visible, because bobcats do not remove their claws when walking on the ground. For tigers, generally the front paw prints are larger than the hind paws. If the animal is walking normally, there are two footprints that are close together, coming from the front and back legs. For feces, you can identify them by their shape in the form of granules shaped like teardrops that are strung together in three or two series.

• Dog Family

This dog family includes coyotes as well as wild wolves, which you should avoid. The footprints are almost the same as the cat family, only in this dog family the paws are clearly visible at the ends of the paw pads. The shape of the feces resembles a watercolor tube, with a tapered tip.

• Deer Family

This one animal can be your savior from hunger when food is running low. To identify the traces, pay close attention to whether there are traces similar to two cloves of garlic fused together or not. The shape of the deer's feet does resemble two white bottom cloves that are put together, with both ends tapering. While the feces are oval in shape, they are small like goat droppings, but the ends are tapered, not rounded.

• Rabbit family

This animal can also be a delicious and healthy alternative to eating, because rabbits are not fatty. The meat is meat with a tough muscle structure. Rabbit footprints are a bit difficult to see, you have to look for them carefully. The footprint is about 2-3 cm in size, with an elongated shape on both sides, then slightly at the top there are two oval-shaped circles. The feces are in the form of small, round pellets that are clustered together.

•  Rodent family

These rodents are more towards mice. The tracks are almost the same as rabbits, but smaller in size and at the ends there are small fingers, as many as 3-4 pieces. The droppings looked like the pointed ends of a pencil, clustered like rabbit droppings.

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•  Wild boar

For wild boars, the shape of the front is slightly rounded. On the soles of the nails there are circles, cavities and also edges, so that it can be seen clearly on the tracks.



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How to Read Animal Traces
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