Most people don’t give birds much of a second thought. They hear the songs, and maybe appreciate the beauty, but don’t realize that they are so much more than that! In this class you will learn about how birds communicate, both with other birds as well as animals and humans. We will also cover the way birds live, what they eat and where their nests are, including how to set up your own yard to attract the maximum numbers of beautiful birds!
Join us for this or any of our special classes in Puyallup celebrating Independence Week. Classes will be divided into adult, teen, youth, kids and family groups, depending on enrollment.
This class is being designed and taught by Wolf College apprentices under direct supervision of Kim & Chris Chisholm, so the detailed itinerary will be posted as instructors complete them during the month of June. Expect a class that provides you with generous information, hands-on experiential learning, and heart-felt inspiration.
Pre-payment is not required to RSVP but we will ask you to fill out a post-class evaluation, and make a $5-$15 contribution afterwards based on your level of satisfaction.
Please note that no extra parking is available at Filbert Acres except for the handicapped, so instead, be sure to meet us at 9:45 AM sharp at Clark's Creek Park - North Entrance parking lot across from the Decoursey Duck Pond from where we will caravan to Filbert Acres using our camp van. Thanks!