By Guest Blogger Jeff Caplan
songbirds are the inter-connected eyes and ears of our ecosystems. But can we learn what they are saying? I'm teaching a workshop for SFBBO on August 25 that explores this question, as well as the following concepts:
In the workshop you will learn:
I find joining this kind of “community bird sit” creates a connection between me and individual birds, and allows me to share my enthusiasm with other birders through our shared observations, questions and theories. I hope you’ll join us! Registration is required, for information please visit our website.
Jeff Caplan weaves 30 years as a naturalist and a teacher of communication skills to cultivate a common language for connecting more deeply with nature and birds. He combines story telling, citizen science and strengthening observation skills to inspire connection and stewardship among his audiences.
8/5/2018 10:25:23 pm
I'm curious what research you are referring to that shows that human language has its roots in bird language.
8/6/2018 10:36:31 pm
8/11/2018 11:44:22 am
Interested in the discussion.......
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