Intro to Bird Language on Earthday + Brunch!
Bird Language Intro + Brunch!
The birds are talking all around us...Can we learn what are they saying?
What: Introduction to Bird Language + (optional) Brunch
When: Saturday, April 20, 9am-12noon
Where: India Joze Restaurant, 418 Front St. Santa Cruz 95060
Cost: See ticket prices, partial scholarship available.
- Songbirds are the inter-connected eyes and ears of our ecosystems.
They watch and warn other animals about the house cat, hawk and mountain lion!
- Research is showing that human language may have had its roots in bird language.
- By learning to interpret bird songs, sounds and movements we can begin to develop a deeper connection with nature, birds and ourselves.
Join Jeff Caplan, who weaves 30 years as a naturalist and a teacher of communication skills to learn a common language for understanding and connecting more deeply to birds and nature in Santa Cruz, CA.
You will learn:
-The 5 different voices of the birds
-To begin to interpret their communication from sound, movement and alarm
-Skills you can apply in your backyard, on a hike or sitting quietly observing
Open to all skills levels especially beginners
Great for kids and families!
This special event is limited to only 25 participants
9:00am, Intro to Bird Language, followed by a walk to listen and learn along the lively San Lorenzo River, currently rich with birds visiting from Canada and South America.
11:30am, enjoy a delicious brunch at India Joze. There will be vegan, gluten free, meaty and other brunch options as you connect and share stories with other birders.
India Joze Restaurant (View)
418 Front St.
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|