This page contains information about bird language. This is a skill that I've put a lot of energy and practice into over the last 4 or 5 years. It's one of my passions and I'm very excited to share it with you.
The five voices of the birds are an easy way to simplify the complex language of birds into basic categories that we can use as a frame of reference for interpreting bird language. Learn about the five voices of the birds
How do you tell the difference between mild alarms & the other types of calls that birds make? This article digs deeper into bird vocalizations and shares some strategies that can help you gain more ... Read more about these bird vocalizations
Owls are amazing animals and if you set aside a bit of practice with listening they are one of the easiest animals to find by using bird language. In this article I'll share exactly what I do when I want to use bird language to find an owl. Read How To Find An Owl Using Bird Language
Squirrel calls have a lot to teach us as bird language observers. There is a very simple way to know for certain that a particular “alarm” call you hear is either territorial or in response to a predator, and that’s what I’m going to share with you in this article. Read more about squirrels and bird language
The ability to interpret Bird Language is one of the deepest levels of connection that people can develop with nature. The subtly of alarm calls & behavior makes understanding their language a lifelong journey of learning. Read More...
Hi, my name is Brian and I created this website to share my love for nature. I’m here to show you step-by-step how you can learn cool and practical skills like bird language, animal tracking and nature observation.