Animal Detectives: Decoding the Tale of the Tracks

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: February 14, 2005   View Article

Aspiring storytellers take note: Your backyard is full of tales about the daily trials and tribulations of the natural world.

The stories are embedded in the tracks made by the yard’s inhabitants, and winter’s snows make this season the best time to learn to read them, naturalists say.

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