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"Song describes how to become one with many creatures, and includes tips on demystifying canine tracks whether from coyote, fox, wolf or dog. He also has sound, safe advice for educators, naturalists and tracking instructors. Most of us may never be inclined to track in the wild, but we can apply Song's intuitive techniques to finding ourselves and our place in nature."

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Tamarack Song has spent his life studying the world's aboriginal peoples, being an apprentice to Elders and learning traditional hunter-gatherer survival skills. He has spent years alone in the woods as well as living with a pack of Wolves. In 1987, he founded the Teaching Drum Outdoor School in the wilderness of northern Wisconsin, where he runs the year-long Wilderness Guide Programme.

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Format: Taschenbuch
This book is an extraordinary Tracking Book in so many ways.

No measurements, photographs or gait descriptions and yet highly valuable for me as a professional tracker.
Through stories Tamarack Song shares his insights into the lives of the animals he was tracking.
The degree of his observation-, as well as his storytelling skills reminds me of world famous naturalists and trackers like Ellsworth Jaeger or Jim Corbett.

It's so much fun to read a story before I go to bed instead of a Field Guide and still learn a lot about tracking.

You could read it as beautiful goodnight stories to your kids or as a the highly precise first hand report of an extraordinary experienced man and tracker.
No matter if you are tracking animals or not this book is worth every penny.

Perhaps sometimes I was missing "the point", which lead me to having trouble keeping my attention through one or two of the stories.
I'm giving 4 stars instead of 5 only because 5 meaning I can not imagine beyond.

Great book, I recommend it to everyone interested in tracking as well as animal stories.
Your English should be quite solid.
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stands out 1. April 2013
Von Laura - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I enjoy books on tracking. Paul Rezendes, Charles Worsham, and Tom Brown, Jr., for example, all have books out, that are good. Tracking is what native peoples do, when they aren't able to pursue accounting. It is a fascinating language to learn. This book stands out over any other book on tracking I've read. The stories are beyond anything I've seen before. You really get a handle on tracking, with this book. Well, well worth the read, for me at least. Tracking is a useful metaphor for many things in life. Sun Tzu's the Art of War is read by many non-warriors, as the advice it offers is useful in many other fields. I would rank this book, in its way, with the Sun Tzu Ping Fa, the Art of War, or even Musashi's Book of Five Rings. This is something I expect to read and reread, for pleasure, and for learning. Sublimely excellent.
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Entertaining, and full of practical information aswell as real wisdom 27. März 2013
Von Thom - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It has been a great book to read to understand a new way of tracking, being and listening to nature aswell as it has been a fun reading. I learn well by stories...Sometimes other nature books are very full of facts, but hard to get down to the core of it...This book winds me around on different paths leading me more direct to what I am looking for.
I dont think you have to be a tracker or nature fanatic to love this book, it is inspiring the way it is.
The only book out there on native intuitive tracking that I know of!

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The Spirit of Tracking 13. Juni 2013
Von spirited jeff - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Want to see the world of nature with new eyes? Are you willing to see with the deeper part of yourself, that part that is at home in the wild? To read this book is to enter a world where nature is our guide. This book is an invitation to embrace the world of nature and spend time there not as an observer, but as an an intergral part of the whole. What quickly caught my attention about Tamarack Song's book, "Entering the Mind of the Tracker" is his willingness to be playful and challenging in order to help us think and feel nature within us. To learn more about Tamarack Song and hear excerpts from the book, visit my one hour interview on planetary-spirit.com and join the journey to explore wild places. The writing is heartfelt and soul deep by someone who has lived it and comes to lend a helping hand for how to approach "reading the stories" offered by the natural world. This is a gift to anyone who spends time outdoors. I challenge you to see the world the same again after reading this book, it simply isn't possible. A real gem, well crafted, and a book you will return to again and again.
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Transcendent 8. Juli 2013
Von Susan Miller - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I loved this book! It is to Northern Wisconsin what the Sand County Almanac was to South Central Wisconsin or even what Desert Solitaire was to the American desert. Like Aldo Leopold and Edward Abby, Tamarack Song's book imprints a sensibility of the creatures and vistas of the wilderness of Northern Wisconsin. His book teaches one not only how to track but how to get into the mind of the four legged beings who share our topography. This book is not just for trackers but for all lovers of wild places who want to feel a deeper connection. He will teach you to connect not only with your eyes but through all your senses including senses you do not know you have.
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Powerful and deeply wise 3. Mai 2013
Von Earthian - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is the best book I've read in the last twenty years and perhaps the most important. Song writes following in the footprints of Abbey, Leopold, Brown, and other exemplary naturalists, trackers, and those who understand the ancient ways of native peoples.

The book is deeply wise and prophetic. More important, not since Tom Brown have I read a book that completely understands the spiritual side of animal track, wilderness aboriginal living skills, relationship, and compassion for the natural world.

If you are a student of the natural world this book will jump start your consciousness ten fold or more. If you desire a relationship with the wild, then this book can be a catalyst for the journey.

Tamarack blends native wisdom, and aboriginal living skills to a high degree. His own life story is astonishing, and few could embark on, or live out in the modern world in the same way. He shows us by his own example of the difficulty of a life lived to understand the song of nature, its heart beat, mystery, and spiritual depth. The beauty of this journey is that Tamarack's wisdom and knowledge is now being transmitted to others through his school and that those who he mentors can pick up the knowledge quicker than the way he learned it, in solitary relationship with wild nature.

In fact, this is one thing that Tom Brown teaches in a way that accelerates the students learning curve. What may have taken twenty years to learn using the old ways, can jump start one's own knowledge in a couple of years.

This book offers four dimensional thinking leaving behind linear hegemony and shows us how to develop steps toward deeper awareness. The first level is analogical thinking. Analogical thinking develops meaningful coincidence, symbol, and resonance. Through gradual repeated practice one begins to weave patterns of meaning, which leads to visionary seeing. The next step or level of this type of praxis leads to tropological thinking whereby the naturalist weaves nuance of everything seen and the images begin to form there own patterns. Once you reach this level of 'seeing' the imaginal roadmap of nature revels deeper patterns of meaning. The final stage is unitive consciousness, whereby we become responsible interpreters of the patterns of nature; and the final stage is that we become co creators in the dance of nature to impact positively sustainable options.

If I ever get the money (which is relatively cheap considering the apprenticeship he offers) I would be the first to sign up. I learned a lot from Tom Brown at his school, and books, but Tamarack brings a wisdom that is forthright and powerful. It is not about comparing, but different teachers are powerful in different ways.

I really could not put this book down and read it straight through. This is really a great book.
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