Did you know that animals use a pattern of vocalizations and body movements to communicate between species? Join Earthroots instructors Raz Allen and Shane Brown seasonally to deepen your awareness in understanding Bird Language.
Learn how you can tune into your natural surroundings by listening to the birds, nature’s constantly updating newsfeed. The skill of listening to bird language is a gateway to understanding the connections between all things in nature, and to seeing the waves of influence we each have in the world.
In this class you will deepen your relationship with birds through listening, observations, stories, and games. You will take home the tools to continue learning more!
Big Oak Canyon, where the class will be held, is a wonderful wooded sanctuary and a great place to listen to the birds. Participants will learn about the different vocalizations that birds make – alarms, songs, juvenile begging, contact calls, and territorial calls – and how to train your ears to hear them. The class is great for birders wanting to learn the language of birds and go deeper than bird identification, or for anyone seeking a deeper awareness of nature and themselves.
Saturday, February 27th, 2021
$20 per person, 20 people max
This class will be held at Big Oak Canyon (Silverado Canyon, Orange County), directions will be emailed upon registration.
Masks are required. Social distancing protocol will be followed.
With the intention to open more opportunities for leaders of the future from all backgrounds to come together and learn from each other in peace, Earthroots Field School will always have scholarship space in its programs for people of color.
We’re offering two full BIPOC Scholarships to people of color for this session of Family Day in Nature- Bird Language in addition to our Partial Scholarships for those in need.
The deadline to apply for all scholarships is Wednesday, February 17th.
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