Recently attended my second class with man tracker Fernando Moreira. Had an amazing time – night tracking with flashlights, blind-folded tracking by feel, tracking across debris, sand, grass, gravel, approaching vehicles in a search and rescue scenario, tracking as a team, and on and on.
In my current opinion, every tracker must have the ability to find lost and missing human beings. This seems fairly self-evident, but for 20 years I haven’t prioritized it.
Some SAR (search and rescue) tracking educators out there don’t quite meet my expectations, so I felt really glad I met Fernando.
Check out Fernando’s work at http://professionaltrackers.com.