One of the coolest skills that forms part of our bundle of teachings at Soaring Eagle Nature School is the practice of Bird Language.

This is the ability to go out into nature and listen for varying dynamics in bird vocalizations (especially bird alarms) in order to tell when there is a predator like an owl, bobcat, or coyote traveling out of sight.

It takes a lot of listening and practice to recognize the basic patterns of alarm out in the field, but with the right guidance and know-how anyone can learn to do it.  Bird language then becomes an indispensable tool for tracking wildlife and getting closer to nature.

Our friend Brian absolutely loves bird language and he’s been intensely studying for years how to use bird language in order to track down and learn about all sorts of cool animals like owls, hawks, bobcats, coyotes, eagles, raccoons and other springtime nest robbers.

He recently created a new program where he put together a whole series of stories, lessons, tips and strategies to share from his personal experience of what works in the realm of bird language.  The program is called bird language fundamentals.

If you’re someone who is interested in learning bird language, wildlife tracking or nature observation, this is a great opportunity for you to either get started on your learning journey or deepen your skills with interpreting the language of birds.

Here’s some of what you’ll get…

  • Simple and effective strategies for digging in and understanding birds on a deep level,
  • Nine essential components of behavior and how they inform your interpretations of bird alarms,
  • The four patterns of avian alertness,
  • How to recognize specific bird alarm patterns,
  • Inspire yourself to learn and connect with nature on a deep level,
  • See more wildlife and get closer to animals,
  • An easy-to-follow recipe for learning bird language.

If you’re interested in these features or in developing your own deep connection to the natural world, this could be a great opportunity for you to get a healthy boost.

Check it out here!