ASL Animal Tracking and Observation
One of the easiest and most obvious ways to experience more wildlife and more “nature” is to simply be silent. Which is easy to do when you’re alone. But when you’re with a friend, it can be extremely difficult to not “wow!” aloud at the birds, animals, and plants, all around you. Coincidentally, American Sign Language is probably the richest form for talking about the visual world around – an ecstatic linguistic world of color, shape, movement, and relationships. And it is an almost completely silent language. Imagine being able to share your discoveries, express your insights, and stay immersed in a natural world that fears the human voice. Come join us on a rich journey through ASL and Nature Observation!