Apart from technology hearsay, or actually seeing the animal there is no easy way. The only way is to check-in-check-out. You could either do brush-outs or clock what tracks were down from tracking there previously, and hopefully you will see the new additions.
I really enjoy looking at domestic cat tracks i the snow. You can learn masses from them. You will see gait patterns, predatory stalks, t stops, rushed gait, action indicators, its amazing.
Heres the challenge, can you find any injuries, or and be sure that the cat you are tracking is the cat that made the tracks some time before.
Have a go and see if you can spot the above, and even better , look for the cats personality from its tracks.( tree climber/hunter/playful/wise etc etc)