An Evening of Bird Lnaguage

Saturday, March 9, 2013 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Event Description: 

Bull Session In the Barn

“A Little Birdie Told Me!”    
"An Evening of Bird Language"
Weaving Earth's
 Lauren Dalberth Hage & Dave Hage           
Saturday, March 9, 2019
Tara Firma Farms


For as long as humans have interacted closely with the land and animals, the
behavior of the birds has been interpreted. Common patterns of behavior exist
in birds around the world. These patterns can indicate to observers the
whereabouts of unseen people, predators, and other animals on the landscape.
Interpreting Bird Language is an art form. The calls, postures, and other
behaviors of birds convey much information to those who understand their
patterns. The reaction of birds and animals also speaks volumes about the
awareness and behavior of the observer. In this way, birds become a barometer
for one’s own awareness of the landscape, both inner and outer. The voices
of the birds become a beacon that enrapture the senses in a three-dimensional
game of hide and seek that is being played on the land and in the air.
Predator and prey, observer and observed merge into one as the language of
the birds calls us on a journey of connection and wonder.

Where:  Tara Firma Farms
             3796 I Street Ext.
            Petaluma, Ca 94952
When: First Saturday of the Month,              
            Saturday March 9, 2013

Story of the Day/Open Mike Begins @ 5:15pm            
Potluck & Music             5:30~ 7:00pm  
BYO Plate & Utensils & Cups
Lets Make it a Zero Waste Event
Bird Language                 7:00 ~ 8:30pm
Suggested Donation: $10 ~$20 

Come Early and visit the 
Farm and Store. [1]
Lauren Dalberth Hage  Co-founder and principal designer for Weaving Earth, a
Permaculture design firm specializing in Holistic Landscape Design, Deep
Nature Connection & Permaculture Education Services, Garden Coaching and
Nature Connection Mentoring. She is a core facilitator of the Regenerative
Design & Nature Awareness Intensive (RDNA) & the Four Seasons Permaculture
Design Course (PDC) at the Regenerative Design Institute in Bolinas, CA.
Lauren also works with the 8 Shields Institute, co-facilitating the Art of
Mentorings and the Bird Language Intensives. She has been working and
learning in the field for over 10 years and brings a deep commitment and
strong background to her work. [2]

David Hage  discovered Permaculture and tracking as a Peace Corps volunteer
in Paraguay in 2000.  In 2005 he was a part of the pioneering class of the
Regenerative Design & Nature Awareness program (RDNA). Currently Dave is core
staff for the RDNA program and the Four Seasons Permaculture Design Course at
the Regenerative Design Institute. Dave is also a trained Wilderness Rites of
Passage guide, and has been facilitating Vision Quests for the past 7
years.   His passion and enthusiasm for working with people of all ages,
helping them connect to nature, and to their true, powerful selves, make Dave
a potent teacher and an effective

For information contact: Peter Bergen 707 225 2404
[4] [5] [6]

Posted by: 
lisa doron

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