Actualizado: 28 de ago de 2019
THE BEST WAY TO TALK ABOUT OUR VISION OR OUR WAY TO WORK IS EXPLAINED IN A PARAGRAPH OF THE BOOK “THE EVOLUTION BEAUTY DE RICHARD O. PRUM.”
EXPRESS OUR FEELING AND ACTION AT THE TIME OF OBSERVING BIRDS:
Birding trains your brain to transform a stream of natural history perceptions into encounters with identifiable individuals. This is like the difference between walking along a city street amid a sea of strangers and walking the halls of your old high school, where you recognize every individual instantly. The key difference between what a bird-watcher experiences and a simple walk in the woods is what’s happening in your brain.
The English language falls short in communicating this distinction, because English provides us with only one verb for “to know.” Many other languages, however, have two distinct verbs. One means knowing a fact or understanding a concept, and the other means being familiar with someone or something through personal experience. In Spanish, to know or understand a fact is to know, but to be familiar with someone or something through experience is to know; in French, these verbs are savoir and connaître, and in German wissen and kennen. The key difference between birding and mere observation is that birding is really about building a bridge between these two kinds of knowing — connecting familiarity and personal experience to facts and understanding. It’s about accumulating knowledge about the natural world through your own personal experience. That’s why, to a birder, it always matters whether or not you have actually seen the bird in real life and not just on the page! Knowing that the bird exists without seeing it for yourself is merely knowledge without experience — savoir without connaissance — which is never enough.
BIRDING IN HIDDEN LAKE OR GARIBALDI PASS
ON THIS TOURS WE ARE NOT ONLY LOOKING FOR THE WAY TO OBSERVE OR FIND THIS BIRD IN THE HEIGHT VEGETATION, ALSO TO GIVE THE KNOWLEDGE THAT WE HAVE ACQUIRED IN TIME. THE PARTICULARITY OF THE EXPERIENCE OF OBSERVES THE WHITE BELLIED SEEDSNIPE RADICA, LIVING ON THE VALLEYS IN A LARGE AREA MORE THAN 600 METERS HEIGHT UP TO 900 METERS, ONLY ONE COUPLE, IN TIME OF REPRODUCTION WILL WALK THE VALLEY IN THE FOOD SNOW FREE. THE DATE OF IMCAUBATION WILL DEPEND ON THE CLIMATE CONDITIONS OF THE SPRING, MAY BE A BEGINNING OF NOVEMBER TO END OF NOVEMBER. THIS MOMENT IS WHERE YOU CAN APPRECIATE MORE TO THE MALE THAN THE FEMALE. WE INVITE YOU TO BE PART OF OUR RECORDS, HELP US GET MORE KNOWLEDGE OF THIS BIRD.