One of the first hunting methods learned in Runescape is Tracking, as you can actually start tracking and catching kebbits at Hunter Level 1. (If you are just starting to train your hunting level, you may want to check into the Vinesweeper minigame first for a quick, easy way to gain hunting experience.)
The only piece of equipment you need to track kebbits is a noose wand. You can pick one of these up at a hunting shop (there’s one in Yanille and one in Nardah), or if you’re being a little lazy, you can try to buy one at the Grand Exchange in Varrock.
Despite being a low level hunting method, you can actually make a decent amount of money from tracking certain types of kebbits, assuming that you have a way to get to the various hunting areas. If you have access to the fairy rings, it’s much easier to get around since there is a ring close to every major hunting area. If you already have a few hunting levels under your belt and have completed the Eagles’ Peak quest, then you can use that transportation system as well. If you haven’t completed Eagles’ Peak yet, it’s a good idea to get that in as soon as you can – the only prerequisite for that quest is having a Hunter Level 27.