BIRD VOICES: THE EYES OF THE FOREST 10.21.17

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BIRD VOICES: THE EYES OF THE FOREST 10.21.17

45.00

Humans, or other predators, make ripples of disturbance when they move through an ecosystem.  Birds broadcast this information in a decipherable language.  Come listen and learn from the birds to discover where the owl is roosting, if the hawks are hunting, or where the coyote is resting.  Participants will leave with tools and tricks for expanding the awareness of their surroundings.  This class will fascinate both beginner and "seasoned" naturalists.  

October 21 :: Marrowstone Island, Wa. :: 9 am- Noon :: Ages-Adult :: $45  :: Instructor Scott Brinton

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Instructor profile

Rachael Van Laanen runs Mystery Bay Farm, a micro-goat dairy on Marrowstone Island.  She received a BA in Ecology and Education which led her to teach environmental and garden based education for 10 years.  She then followed her passions to the world of farming and co-ran a diversified organic vegetable farm for 3 years.   Rachael also teaches basketry for CedarRoot.  She was mentored for 4 years by Miwok elders in Yosemite Valley Ca, where she learned to twine willow into all different shapes, sizes and patterns.