Songbirds are the interconnected eyes and ears of our ecosystems. Participants will learn how to interpret the secret world of their language to understand and connect more deeply with the wild world around them. Take the simple skills you learn in this class to start listening in on wild conversations right away in your back yard, your neighborhood, the wilderness, anywhere you go outside. No previous birding experience required. This class will be held outdoors, masks and safe physical distancing are required.WHO: Teens and adults interested in birds and able to walk on bark-chipped trails for 30-45 minutes. WHAT: Learn the most common voices and alarm patterns of songbirds and how to interpret them to discover what’s happening in the ecosystem around you. INSTRUCTOR: Collette Streight has a B.S. in Environmental Science and spent ten years studying with Jon Young and the 8 Shields Institute. AGES 16 & up DAY Saturday DATE May 22 TIME 10am-Noon PLACE North Mountain Park (meet in front of the Nature Center) COST $12
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