Introduction to Bird Observation - March 14-15

Birds are awesome! Don't you agree?

Many of us see really neat birds every time we're outside. But since they are such a diverse group of creatures, it can be difficult to learn how to identify them. Where do you start? How do you tell a hawk from a vulture? Or a finch from a sparrow? We want to help!

Learning about birds and their behavior can be awesome in terms of knowledge, growth, and self satisfaction. And observing them is simply a remarkable way to spend time outdoors. Luckily, birds are one of the easiest types of animal to spot in the woods. And an understanding of birds is an amazing window into nature and ecology. 

This 2 half-day class will not only get you started learning how to find and identify our local birds, but it will jump start a whole new way of observing nature. Learn how to combine seeing and hearing to increase your awareness of birds and other wildlife around you. Get comfortable with field guides, binoculars, and other tools that will help you on your learning journey. And learn how to link into a huge world-wide community! ENROLL NOW

Upcoming Classes 

With Texas' Premier Wilderness Survival School

Wilderness Survival 101 - March 7-8

Introduction to Bird Observation - March 14-15

Art of Mentoring - March 16-21

Basket Weaving - March 28

Vision Quest - March 30-April 4

Medicinal Plants - April 11

Edible Plants - April 12

Advanced Wilderness Survival - April 11-12

Skinning and Deer Leg Processing - April 18

Intro to Wildlife Tracking - April 18-19

Butchering & Animal Processing - April 25

Escape and Evasion - May 8-10

Wildlife Track & Sign Certification with CyberTracker Int’l - May 30-31

...other adult survival classes and the full 2015 schedule

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