May 12-18, 2020. Join Kristi & Crow Canyon Archaeological center for a rare opportunity to blend your passion for birding and archaeology.
Gain insight into the meaning of birds for the Zuni and see some of the vast avian related rock images, materials, and artwork. Whether you are a casual birder or an expert, you’ll add depth to your knowledge on this unique, birding journey!
Led by exceptional scholars, you will explore an innovative approach to birding along with the important and complex roles of birds and bird symbolism in Pueblo thought, ritual, visual arts, and oral traditions.
Join Kristi the SECOND TUESDAY of every month (8am spring-summer / 9am fall-winter)
at the White Memorial Conservation Center in Litchfield, CT for a guided bird walk.
Learn what a group of local volunteers are doing to monitor the health of the birds on the
Animas River after the Gold King Mine spill in 2015.
Already Gone 😉
May 23-17, 2018. Interpreting Bird Language is an art form. The calls, postures, and other behaviors of birds convey much information to those who understand their patterns. The attentive, trained observer can deduce through bird language the location of predators and other forces on the landscape.
We can learn to understand this language. In fact, we are “hard wired” to learn this, as countless generations of our ancestors depended on this ancient skill to survive, around the world. Together with a group of mentors and fellow bird lovers you will learn the unique patterns of the birds and animals, and what they are telling us through their behavior and language.
August 14 – 19. Late Summer Birding in the Dreamy Hills of Southern Arizona. Um…. what’s not to love!! From our base at the lovely PANDORA RANCH in Arivaca Arizona, we’ll enjoy daily excursions to some of the best birding locations in the country –Madera Canyon, Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve, Patagonia Lake State Park, Arivaca Creek, Paton Center for Hummingbirds, and the Chiricahua Mountains.
May 15-22. The Sharpening Stone is an organization dedicated to bringing a deeper understanding of living close to the Earth. Their annual gather allows folks to learn from a large pool of instructors with a wide range of expertise. They are focused on sustainable living techniques and ancient nature-based skills. Deep in the heart of timberland, they are located on a beautiful remote property near Grants Pass, Oregon.
May 8-14. Buckeye Pathways Week. Come to the Sierra Foothills to learn an Ancestral Skill with a community of supportive teachers and participants.Pathways is a deep dive into a small village experience, in which you choose one class to jump into for five full days. Join an incredible bunch of teachers who are stoked to share their immense knowledge and expertise with you.
Each day I’ll be facilitating a morning and evening bird sit… and probably more if you ask.
April 21-29. How does spring migration on the Green River in a canoe with a master guide and private mentor sound? The River’s Path and Bird Mentor are partnering to explore a gorgeous section of the Green River, which just happens to be one of the main north-south flyways for many North American waterfowl. Click the button to learn more.
If you’d like to learn about bird language, primitive pottery, hide tanning, knife making and a host of other wilderness skills join me in Arizona February 11-17.
Come join me and a host of other wildly 😉 talented instructors for the 30th anniversary of the longest running primitive skills gathering in the country.
Come learn about the birds with me at this amazing event.
If you’d like to learn about bird language, primitive pottery, hide tanning, knife making and a host of other wilderness skills join me in Arizona February 12-18.
Come join me and a host of other wildly 😉 talented instructors at the longest running primitive skills gathering in the country.
There are tons of other Wilderness Skills courses too.
an Advanced Skills for Beginning Birders weekend workshop.