Dan Gardoqui is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of White Pine Programs. He lives in the Agamenticus region of the Maine Seacoast. He has been studying naturalist skills, wildlife tracking, bird language and mentoring since 1990. Dan has an M.S. in Natural Resources, is a Certified Wildlife Tracker, Registered Maine Guide and served as Science Faculty at Granite State College for over a decade. Through wildlife tracking, Dan has contributed to wildlife studies and served as science editor for the bird language book “What the Robin Knows.” While not navigating the landscape of nonprofit leadership & management, Dan loves spending time trail running, hunting, playing music & being a dad to his boys.
Dan will lead the Deep Bird Language Workshop on Thursday, Oct. 18. Presented by National Audubon, in conjunction with Teton Raptor Center, this workshop will offer a glimpse of the world of Deep Bird Language, including tips on how to “re-awaken” this hardwired skill set of awareness.
Cost is free for All-Festival Pass holders, $25 for SHIFT Summit Pass holders, and $50 for the public.
A video of Dan’s bird language skills may be found here.