Let's go for a nature walk

Over hundreds of thousands of years, First Nations peoples learned to observe and listen to the environment around them. Learn how you can listen to nature as well. 

An outdoor scene, two excited students with magnifying glasses looking at orchids.

Learning how to survive off the land

  • Listening to the birds
  • Feeling the wind and rain
  • Watching the plants grow
  • And the water move…


Is part of an ancient teaching that has enabled survival off the land for many millennia

Let's see how much you can learn about nature by making observations along a nature walk.

You will need:

  • Pencil

  • Binoculars

  • Camera

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