Deep Listening to Nature - Talk

23rd Aug 2024
Deep Listening to Nature series: Talk.
Join us on Friday 23rd August at the School of Arts in Tenterfield for an evening exploring the power of listening to nature. Acoustic Ecologist, Andrew Skeoch, will open our ears what birdsong can teach us about natural systems, how they function and how relationships are negotiated between species. President of the Australian Wildlife Recording Association, Andrew's work has featured in movies and nature soundscape albums. In this talk, he will help us identify calls by species and interpret their communications, in order to inquire more deeply about the natural world around us.
Location: Main Theatre at the Sir Henry Parks School of Arts, Rouse Street, Tenterfield, NSW.
Times: 5pm - 8:30 pm on Friday 23rd August.
Register for the Talk at:
Or, call the GBLC Landcare Office: (02) 6736 3500 to book your place.
This event is free and a light dinner will be provided.
Andrew's book and CD, 'Deep Listening to Nature', will be available for purchase on the night.
The talk will be followed by a walk on Saturday, 24th August, which will be held at Curry's Gap (see separate post).
Come to one, come to both and take some time out to listen deeply to nature.