Have you ever wondered who made a track that you found? Maybe you are an experienced
animal tracker who would like to learn more? Animals are all around us, but have learned to
hide themselves from us. Despite being out of sight, they do leave tracks and other signs. By
recognising these, we become aware of their presence and their activities when we are not
around. Think of tracks, scat and other signs such as those left after a feeding, or after resting.
We at Weylin Tracking are fascinated by these tracks and signs and are passionately motivated to teach others. For this purpose, we are constantly developing innovative working methods. We use these methods to organise standard tracking courses for the layperson, but we can also provide courses tailored to ecologists with specific interests. Through our field guides we give people the opportunity to identify the animals who made the tracks and signs in the field.
We are based in the city of Deventer, the Netherlands. Our Dutch website can be found here. What can we do for you? Explore this website and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us! We introduce ourselves in this english video.
Finally, Weylin means 'son of the wolf' in an old Celtic language.