Deep Listening to Nature

$33.00
Author Andrew Skeoch
ISBN 9780645756302
Publisher Listening Earth
Size 156 x 234 x 18mm
Weight (g) 460g

Product description

Deep Listening to Nature is an invitation to open our ears to the natural world.

Beginning by tuning in to the sounds of creatures around us, Andrew discusses how to identify species by call, interpret their communications and find empathy for their sentience.

Part reflection, part nature and travel diary, Andrew asks the question: What does listening reveal about how the living systems ... Read More

Deep Listening to Nature is an invitation to open our ears to the natural world.

Beginning by tuning in to the sounds of creatures around us, Andrew discusses how to identify species by call, interpret their communications and find empathy for their sentience.

Part reflection, part nature and travel diary, Andrew asks the question: What does listening reveal about how the living systems of nature function, and why do birds in particular negotiate their interactions in such lyrical and extraordinary ways?

He concludes by suggesting we not only listen to learn about nature, but learn from nature. He asks how, in our current environmental crisis, we may mimic what the biosphere has achieved in sustaining life as we move toward an ecological future and in doing so, form a deeper and more personal connection to Country.

Andrew encourages us to be still and listen. Extend our senses. Let nature get to know us, and in its own way, to welcome us.

The book is accompanied by an online soundtrack with 300 audio recordings, which bring the text to life.

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Author Andrew Skeoch
Isbn 9780645756302
Publisher Listening Earth
Size 156 x 234 x 18mm
Weight (g) 460g

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