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bird language

Bird Language 101

 When: Saturday, April 30, 2016  

           9am - 3pm


Where: MHLC's Holt Preserve




Our fields and forests have a ‘news service’ signaling to all who are aware.  Birds report everything that is happening, from the news of a passing predator to signaling the arrival of a 'quiet' human walking up the trail, still minutes away.   


Bird language is an effective, fun, and exciting tool for observing the relationships of the natural world.  

I have on many occasions been led on adventures to find great horned owls, coyote, and much more due to my understanding of bird language and interpretaion.      


Join us in this interactive workshop in which you will be given the tools to develop this amazing awareness and skill.  Your experience outdoors will never be the same. 


This class does not require any prior knowledge of bird species or their calls and is open to all levels of interest and skill.

Photos by Marcy Herrick

In partnership with the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy


Check out the many wonderful things that the MHLC are doing to preserve natural areas in New York State.

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