It is with great regret that we have taken the decision to cancel the tracking symposium for this year. Restrictions still remain in place throughout Europe and a firm idea of when things will return to normal is not clear.The organisers of the event work in an independent teaching role and have had to repeatedly reschedule and cancel programmes over the last twelve months. This means unfortunately that time dedicated to organising and delivering the symposium must now be dedicated to running their own companies.Our contributors are also , we are sure, in a similar position.With the future so uncertain we have the new date of 25-27 February 2022, this is traditionally a quiet time for our line of work in the Northern Hemisphere and we are confident that with or without pandemics we can go ahead at last. This will once again be an online event which we hope will further protect the symposium from any unforeseen incidents We have a range of experts from Africa, America and of course Europe lined up discussing subjects as diverse as insect sign, wolf biology and trailing animals. So far at least 15 trackers have agreed to participate. We thank you for your patience and hope that you will be able join us next year.
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