Trees are easy. Their roots anchor them in place; they move at a time scale entirely foreign to humans, too slow to watch. Animals on the other hand are tricky. They sneak along the edges, creep through shadows, camouflage with their surroundings. Our glimpses into the furry, feathery, and scaly world is often from a distance or from clues left behind. Here you’ll find details on the tracks and signs left behind by animals.