Visual Tracking Visual Tracking is a term used to describe the visual skill and capability a human uses to detect and follow evidence that trackers call sign. The trained tracker identifies, interprets and follows physical evidence that are disturbances detected within the natural environment. Some disturbances can be in the form of actual foot impressions in the ground, altered vegetation or litter discarded by a specific subject. Human trackers also have the ability to use other senses to detect their subject as well, such as their sense of smell, i.e. the scent of cigarette smoke or cooking fires. Sound or even the lack of soundRead More →