Each module is limited to 12 participants, in order to minimize our footprint and maximize our connection to each other. You can sign up for individual modules, or join us for the full 9-week course at a savings.
*When you add all three modules to you cart, a discount will automatically be applied.
Join Dan and Candace as we use a slower approach to connecting with nature with a focus on understanding birds. From March through July, we’ll dive deep into our senses, focusing on awareness and intention, careful observation, inspired field journaling and basic illustration and mindfulness. Module 1, Spring Approaches, will focus on the changing season, how birds are using the landscape, and an introduction to bird language.Register
Online Class and Field Day Details
Module 1, March 2024: Spring Approaches
This module focuses on the changing season, how birds are using the landscape, and an introduction to bird language.
- March 2024 Online Class dates: March 20
- March 2024 Field Day dates: March 23, 30, April 6
- Fee: Single Module: $295 members / $395 non-members
All 3 Modules: $835 members / $935 non-members
*fee covers all classes and field days
Meet the Instructor
Dan van den Broek
Dan has over 15 years of experience leading international birding trips and teaching classes for Bird Alliance of Oregon. With prior experiences at Point Reyes Bird Observatory, Redwood Sciences Lab, Klamath Bird Observatory, Costa Rica Bird Observatory, and Avifauna Northwest, Dan brings immense enthusiasm and passion for birds and natural history to all of his trips.
Meet the Instructor
Candace is an avid birder, mycology geek, and native plant enthusiast, with a passion for the diverse ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest. Candace leads domestic and international ecotours and teaches classes with a focus on bird biology and habitat preservation. She also works as a Field Biologist in Bird Alliance of Oregon’s Conservation program, helping statewide partners meet their avian conservation goals.