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It’s So Amazing What Can Happen With Just 30 Minutes Of Bird Language!
Let me ask you a question…
What do you think would happen if you invested just 30 minutes per day to get outside and explore the language of birds?
How could this one simple nature study routine transform your ability to read the stories of nature after just one week of practice? How about after a month? After a year?
Well, I can confidently say that as little as 5 to 30 minutes of bird language practiced consistently CAN and WILL completely transform how you perceive the natural world!
And possibly even in surprising (yet very exciting) ways…
I know this because a little over ten years ago I made the decision to start exploring bird language as a daily nature connection routine.
And it has resulted in some of the greatest shifts in my relationship to nature and in my personal life.
- Bird language will lead you to discover the incredible secret lives of amazing wildlife like bobcats, owls, bears & cougars.
- It enables you to track patterns in nature that are invisible to almost every other person you’ll meet.
- Listening to birds deeply will make you a better naturalist, tracker, teacher, mentor and a wiser human being.
So in this video I’d like to show you exactly how your relationship with nature will change by taking the time to explore bird language in your local landscape.
In fact, there are 9 unique stages of growth that happen in all people who go down the path of bird language.
Can you guess what they are?
Come join me on this journey into bird language and let me show you the doorway to a lifetime of infinitely rewarding and pleasurable experiences outside with nature, birds and other wildlife.
Watch and Enjoy 🙂
Also – This video is part of a promotional series I’ve created for my new online course called The Bird Language Blueprint.
This is a collection of my best lessons and techniques for exploring bird language through simple observation techniques and fun outdoor activities.
You’ll learn how to investigate the hidden movements of wildlife by listening to bird alarms so you can build relationships with wild animals and enjoy deeper experiences outside.