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Casey is also co-author of the new Peterson Field Guide to North American Bird Nests (Houghton Mifflin August 2021), the revision of Dr. Mark Elbroch's Mammal Tracks and Sign: A Guide to North American Species (Stackpole 2019), and Bird Feathers: A Guide to North American Species (Stackpole 2010).

He lives in Providence, Utah.

"Casey McFarland brought excitement, energy, and incredible natural history and tracking expertise for my students.  He not only taught them tangible tracking skills, but gave them encouragement to pursue this inquiry and the excitement to continue learning after the course was over.  Students who had Casey as an instructor still talk about the opportunity they had to learn from him."

---Dr. Natalie Dawson, Director of the Wilderness Institute, University of Montana, 2011-2018

Casey McFarland trains biologists, research teams, eco-tourism guides, and the general public to read and interpret the tracks and signs of wildlife. A Senior Tracker and Senior International Evaluator for CyberTracker Conservation, he works around the globe to develop and support wildlife tracking skill and ecological knowledge.

With over two decades of field instruction and 15 years as an Evaluator, Casey has run over 170 Tracker Evaluations and given trainings in eight countries. He is the Executive Director of Tracker Certification North America, and was integral to the establishment of CyberTracker Europe. 

In 2023, he released a first-of-it's-kind online course with The Great Courses: Nature Watching: How to Find and Observe Wildlife. Enjoy 7+ hours of content jam-packed with essetial lessons from the field and stunning footage.

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