White Pine Programs skilled staff offer a variety of course offerings in naturalist studies, wildlife tracking, bird language, ecology, & outdoor skills for adults.
From three-hour workshops to week-long intensives, we think you’ll find something to your liking. Contact us if you’d like to design a custom training or workshop.
2017 New England Bird Language Intensive
There is a universal language that all living things share on this planet – a language we all used to understand. We call this Bird Language. White Pine founder Dan Gardoqui is one of the leading bird language experts internationally. Bird Language includes a series of sounds and movements that not only birds, but all other wildlife understand. It serves as an early warning system to ensure peace & safety. Bird language is also useful in our human relationships – as it helps us detect and move energies like tension, conflict, peace, and relaxation. Learning to decipher what the birds are telling us about the location and intention of other animals and what they have to say is mind-expanding. White Pine’s bird language course offerings open your senses this world.
Wildlife Tracking Apprenticeship: A Three-Season, Monthly Immersion in Wildlife Tracking & Naturalist Training.
The purpose of the White Pine Tracking Apprenticeship is to create competent, skilled, holistic wildlife trackers, and to prepare these trackers to use their skills as effective tools in community, scientific, & educational settings.
Since 1999, White Pine Programs has promoted the use of wildlife tracking skills for community-minded, educational & scientific purposes. White Pine hosts wildlife tracking evaluations, presents at national conferences, and contributes to local & regional wildlife projects. Additionally, White Pine also uses “inner tracking” as a tool for professional & personal development.
Algonquin Winter Tracking Trip
After 18 amazing years running an adult wildlife tracking & ecology expedition to the wild and magical Algonquin Provincial Park, it is time for us to move onto new adventures…
The Algonquin trip is no longer offered with White Pine Programs.
It is possible our partner in this trip, Earth Tracks, might continue this trip on their own. Nothing is determined to date, but if you have interest in this expedition, please inquire with Earth Tracks.
Local Programs in Wildlife, Natural History, & Ecology
With over 10,000 acres of woods, waters, and wildlands, the Mt. Agamenticus region is home to fisher, bobcat, otter, moose, bear, beaver, deer, coyote, two fox species, mink, muskrat, skunk, opossum, three squirrel species, two weasel species, and a myriad of bird life!
Watch Our Calendar for Up-Coming Events and Programs!