|May 4 - 6th, 2018|
NOTE: Program is currently FULL; please signup for the waiting list in case there are future openings.
Join us for an immersive three-day class in Advanced Bird Language! Wilderness Awareness School founder, Jon Young will lead us in an intensive class format to go deep into the world of the language of the birds.
- The Five Voices of the Birds
- Interpreting Shapes of Alarm
- Deep Sensory Awareness and Natural Movement
- Mapping Bird Language
- Storytelling and Dynamic Sensory and Memory Skills
In addition, advanced topics such as Body Radar, Animal Communication, Advanced Deep Connection Practices, and Intuitive Tracking will be woven through the weekend.
While this class does not have any pre-requisites, prior experience with bird language will enhance your time in class. This includes taking bird language classes, reading What the Robin Knows, or listening to Advanced Bird Language CDs.
Class will run from 9am-4:30pm on Friday. Class will run from 6am-4:30pm on Saturday and Sunday. You will be doing two "bird sits" in the early morning (6am-8am on Saturday and Sunday), which will be a foundation for learning throughout the course. Camping is available on Friday and Saturday evening. Food is not provided.
About the Instructor
Jon Young is the founder of Wilderness Awareness School. Under the tutelage of Tom Brown Jr., Jon developed a deep connection to the natural world. His learning journey was not easy - most of the lessons were hard-earned through days, weeks, and months of study. Jon did not have many field guides to learn from, and he quickly realized that the questions he had would not be found in them anyway. Jon has always had a deep love for birds and has complemented the rise of life-listers and bird identification with the Art of Bird Language - listening to the tone and intensity as well as the calls and songs of birds. Jon is a Master storyteller and has been integral to furthering the deep nature connection movement. He currently lives in the Bay area of California running the 8 Shields Institute.