Today I am very excited to share a conversation that I just had with Genevieve Curtis down in Gainesville Florida.
Genevieve sent me a message wanting to be on the podcast so we could talk about some of her questions she’s been having around Owls & Turkey Vultures.
Our conversation was such a great example of the kind of thought process that goes into investigating and building a very deep knowledge of animal behavior, and even how to actually see a new animal without really knowing where to begin.
Most people probably think that having encounters with animals and getting closer to wildlife is just a random occurrence.
But when you begin to think more strategically like a tracker, it becomes possible to have a lot more say about which animals you get to interact with out on the land.
It’s possible to take any animal and work out a strategy for finding it & eventually seeing it up close & personal, or if you’re already seeing it on a regular basis, to really piece together a complete sequence of behavior.
So in this recording we talked about the exact steps to follow if you want to see an Owl up close and personal in the wild.
And we also talked about how you might investigate the specific motivations behind different types of Turkey Vulture flight patterns.
It’s really fascinating stuff and the insights will be extremely relevant to anyone who wants to get closer to wild animals or understand animal behavior or bird language.
Would you like to be a guest on the show? Just visit the ‘Be A Guest‘ page and we’ll be in touch!