Bird Watching Club

Start: 03/11/2023 - End: 12/09/2023
10a-12p, 2nd Saturday of the month.
Crestwood Park, Siesta Drive, Cottonwood Heights, UT, USA
Join us for fun-filled mornings of discovery as we wander local nature spots and look for our ever changing bird population.
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Course Objectives

Participants will investigate the various birds they see and hear daily. They will practice using observational skills, including silent listening, to study birds. Participants will use different context clues to identify some of Utah's most common birds. 

Skills Taught

  • Bird Language
  • Sensory Awareness
  • Natural Movement
  • Mapping Bird Language
  • Storytelling
  • Memory Skills
  • Observtion
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About the Course

Each meeting will include a brief introduction to bird language followed by a group bird sit, collaborative debrief, and a bird walk focusing on listening, observations, and questioning to lead to deeper learning. Beginning and experienced birders welcome!

Locations will change monthly in Utah and Salt Lake County.  Join our Discord Channel for updates. Information will be sent out via email after enrollment.

Meet Your Instructor

Ember Davis

Ember is a natural teacher, and her years of professional experience have demonstrated her talents and abilities in helping people learn and grow. Her teaching style is very inclusive, especially for those shy or uncomfortable in new situations. She is skilled in the art of storytelling and captures the attention of all age groups. Ember feels drawn to share her life experience with others in an open and honest way.

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Additional Information


We will be meeting at different locations each month, between Utah and Salt Lake County areas.  A Discord invite will be sent via email to join our channel so you can get the most up to date info.  For our first month, we will be meeting at Germania Park in Murray.


Have you ever wondered what the birds were saying?  Well, come and join us as we discover the hidden language of birds.  It's amazing, even the other animals understand what the birds are saying; they are great communicators.  That's why they can live so close to us and yet we never see them.

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