Birds are the sentries of the natural world, and our key to understanding a language we all used to understand. The calls, postures, and behaviors of birds convey much information to those who understand their patterns, because they serve as an early warning system to ensure peace and safety.
The attentive, trained observer can deduce through Bird Language the location of predators and other forces on the landscape. Bird Language is also useful in our human relationships, as it helps us detect and resolve energies such as tension, conflict and misunderstanding.
Join pediatric nurse and nature educator Atiya Wells and Dan Gardoqui, a registered Maine Guide, Certified Wildlife Tracker, and science and audio editor for What the Robin Knows, for a fun, engaging afternoon as we explore core routines for deepening our connections to nature. Both Atiya ad Dan are supported by the 8 Shields Institute, a 2019 SHIFT Award Official Selection.
The workshop is free to SHIFT All-Festival Pass holders and $50 for all others. Tickets may be purchased here. The workshop will be held at the Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center, 532 North Cache.