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Thursday, October 22 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Jon Young- Bird Language: Revealing the Secrets of Nature

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Ever wonder what our feathered friends are squawking about? Jon reveals how to easily decode their messages and tunes our ears, eyes and minds into the nearly lost art of understanding inter-species communication. Come find out why this is an essential survival skill and a powerful nature connection routine. Many report that training themselves in this ancient discipline gives them an edge in their modern lives, including their perception of complex human interactions, heightened creativity and understanding of entire ecological systems. This is a must-go event for educators, community leaders, conservationists and anyone who wants to go outside, have fun and connect with nature in your own backyard. Free and Open to the Public; Co-Sponsored by CU Environmental Center, Thorne Nature Experience and Feet on the Earth in conjunction with Front Range Bioneers.

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Jon Young

Author and Renowned Biologist
Jon Young is the author of What the Robin Knows–How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World, The Kamana Naturalist Training Program, Animal Tracking Basics and Coyote’s Guide To Connecting with Nature. As founder of the 8 Shields Institute, Nature Connection Mentoring Foundation... Read More →

Thursday October 22, 2015 6:00pm - 7:30pm MDT
Humanities 150

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