To Know an Animal Trail





To know an animal trail from one made by men is quite important. It is

easy to be led astray by animal trails, for they are often well defined

and, in some cases, well beaten. To the uninitiated the trails will

appear the same, but there is a difference which, in a recent number of

_Field and Stream_, Mr. Arthur Rice defines very clearly in this way:

"Men step _on_ things. Animals step _over_ or around things." Then again

an animal trail frequently passes under bushes and low branches of trees

where men would cut or break their way through. To follow an animal

trail is to be led sometimes to water, often to a bog or swamp, at times

to the animal's den, which in the case of a bear might not be exactly

pleasant.





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