7/10, Saturday 7:30 am - 9:30 am
Wells Reserve at Laudholm
Deepen your connection to birds by slowing down, observing and putting yourself in the world of the birds. This program moves birders from listing to deep listening and aims to develop empathy and respect for the wildlife around through the use of simple, powerful techniques. Based on the popular online course of the same name, we think you’ll find “Talking with Birds” a grounding, refreshing take on wildlife awareness & appreciation. All are welcome. Maximum group size is 10 people. The Wells Reserve is co-hosting this program with partner York County Audubon.
The registration fee is $20 for members (of York County or Maine Audubon, or the Wells Reserve), or $25 for non-members. Advance registration is required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Suzanne at (207) 646-1555 x116 to register.
This workshop is being offered on July 9th and 10th. Please be sure to specify the date of the workshop that you’d like to attend.
We will be maintaining safe physical distance throughout the program, but please also bring your own face covering and hand sanitizer with you. If you are traveling from out of state for this program, please read the latest state regulations before registering.
About the Presenter
Dan Gardoqui has been studying naturalist skills, wildlife tracking, bird language, and mentoring for nearly 30 years. Dan has a M.S. in Natural Resources, is a Certified Wildlife Tracker, Registered Maine Guide, and served as Science Faculty at Granite State College. Through wildlife tracking, Dan has contributed to wildlife studies and served as science editor for the bird language book What the Robin Knows. Dan co-founded and led the nature connection nonprofit, White Pine Programs for 20 years. He currently runs Lead with Nature, where he helps leaders find success and meaning through nature-based consulting services & adventures.