Tracking

Language of the Wild

As humans, our relationship with nature started millions of years ago, long before the rise of Homo sapiens or the spoken word. To survive on planet Earth without the technology we have today, we were entirely dependent on the natural world. In order to understand our environment, we developed an incredible language based on the signs and sounds of the wild: that language was tracking.

Led by Craig Foster and based on relationships we have built with local organisations over many years, we have embarked on a tracking program which works with small groups, exposing them to the lives of our ancestors and the ecology of our coastline through the language of tracking.

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