Loving Animal Nature
through Wild Walks
Tickets for all walks are $10 and can only be purchased online via Pay Pal. If you would prefer to send a check, please contact us at email@example.com.
Do you wish you could connect more deeply to your own inner beauty and wisdom? Would you like to see more easily the beauty and possibility in other humans, either on a global scale as we experience biodiversity loss, climate change, and human suffering, or with your closest or work relationships? If you dream of a world where all beings are treated as having inherent worth and dignity and enjoy connecting with nature and earth's species, then please join us on one or more of our annual Wild Walks.
One Earth Conservation has been leading these Wild Walks (also known as Bird Walks) for over 5 years throughout the metropolitan New York area. This year we continue the tradition by expanding the theme of our walks into a four-part series that will emphasize how we can love all of nature - ours, theirs (humans and other species) and the earth's.
The remaining walk will be at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn on 9/28/19. The Wild Walks this year cover the themes of multispecies intelligence (the beauty of other species), ecological intelligence (loving the whole of nature), and spiritual intelligence (loving the whole of nature and its relationships) respectively. Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We ask that you register in advance for the walk, so that we know how to orient the walk and talk and can be in touch in case of inclement weather. The fee to register is $10 per walk. All proceeds support One Earth Conservation and its work to improve the lives of people and parrots in the Americas.
During each walk we pause for reflections, discussion, and of course, to enjoy the local wildlife and plants. We will identify birds as we go, so wear comfortable shoes and clothes, and bring binoculars if you have them!