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Date: TBA

Time: 9:00am-3:00pm

Cost: $65 (per person)

Location: Earth Native Campus, 137 Woodview Lane, Bastrop, TX

Ages: This is a family class open to ages 5+. A maximum of 2 children can be enrolled per one adult participate. Enrollment and class fee must be received for each person attending class, regardless of age.


Join us for a day of fun, instruction, and nature games that will help you and your family begin to unlock the mysteries of bird communication. 


The ancient human skill of how to understand the language of the birds isn’t dead! It is still being passed on through indigenous populations throughout the world and schools like Earth Native! 


For hundreds of thousands of years birds have been the sentries of the forest. As a necessity, they live lives of astute awareness and communicate to each other all of the forest’s “gossip.” Consequently, other animals have learned to eavesdrop on their communications and gain valuable insight into the bigger picture ebb and flow of daily life. Not only are the deer listening in, but so are the squirrels, bobcats, hawks, and otters, because in the woods, awareness is the most important rule. And you can now be in the loop too!


This class is specifically designed for families and a mix of children and adults. We’ll explore important bird language basics and techniques in a way that is fun as well as informative. Through skits, sits, and nature games you and your kids will learn this amazing new skill together that will make your future family outdoor explorations even more interesting and exciting.

Purchase an Earth Native Klean Kanteen Bottle

Available to buy during registration - pick up at class!

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Klean Kanteen

27 oz, Stainless Steel Water Bottle with Sports Top $25

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Klean Kanteen

16 oz, TKWide Insulated Hot/Cold Beverage Bottle with Leak-Proof Cafe Cap $25


Klean Kanteen

32 oz, Insulated Wide Mouth Water Bottle with Chug Cap $45



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