Yep!! there’s an app for that to. Whatever you wanted to know about an Otter or any other mammal is now on the iPhone. Learn how to identify their tracks, about their habitat, listen to the sound they make and much more. The tracks below were made by an Otter and you can see the different gait patterns it uses to travel. Most often Otters will use a bounding gait where all four feet register close to one another and the track sets will be spaced one to two feet apart, it’s tail may not be show in it’s trail when bounding. Otters will also use a walking gait where each track registers seperately as in the picture below. The tail drag is a dead give away when walking. You can look for other clues too as to which animal left a set of tracks. Does it go up a tree? does it go into the water? what size are the feet and the trail width? All the evidence left behind will point to which animals track you found. Good luck on your next outing and don’t forget to pick up the MyNature Animal Track App on the way!