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 A FREE BIRD ID COURSE
Where Beginning Birders  
Learn Advanced Skills 
The game changing technique that the masters aren’t telling you about 

• The 7 questions that will change the way you learn about birds… forever 

• The aspect of birding that has been the most instructive throughout history

• Quite possibly the only question you’ll ever need to ask yourself as a birder 

• The MVP’S the birder’s toolbox

• How knowing the attitude of a bird can help you improve your ID skills

• The crown jewel of birding

• The key to undoing the biggest bad habit of birding, so you can finally start  to rock it
Here's what folks Are Saying
"... After all these years, I finally know what to do when I see a new bird."
Thanks Kristi. Now I know how to find the answers on my own. This was great.
Nancy, 66 - Litchfield, CT
Artist
"...I loved the course!"
It's accessible, well laid out, and I learned a ton without a major time commitment. 
Stephanie, 42 - Vancouver, BC
Outdoor Educator
"...You taught me HOW to learn about birds not just bird facts."
My life is richer for having taken this class.
Elyse, 64 - Durango, CO
Retired Dentist
  ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Kristi Dranginis is the founder of BirdMentor.com, a hub for resources and online courses that help people worldwide build confidence in learning about birds and the natural world. Through her courses, students are immersed in the principles of deep nature connection, bird language, and advanced bird identification skills.

Kristi teaches birding at traditional skills events like Rabbit Stick, Winter Count, Saskatoon Circle, Buckeye, Sharpening Stone and for organizations like the Boulder Outdoor Survival School, The Women’s Wilderness Institute, Crow Canyon Archeological Center, Eight Shields and The Powerhouse Science Center. She is one of the founding collaborators of the Dipper Project, a research project studying the effects of the Gold King Mine spill on avian life in the Animas River in Colorado. 

She also leads tours for the Bosque del Apache Sandhill Crane Festival, Mesa Verde Bird Festival, the Durango Bird Club and The White Memorial Conservation Center. Kristi has worked at bird banding stations on Great Gull Island, focusing on the Roseate & Common Terns, as well as migratory birds at Oxbow Preserve and hummingbirds at Mesa Verde National Park.

In addition to being a Field Ornithologist, Naturalist, Herbalist, and Photographer, Kristi is also a contributor to the new Peterson's Field Guide to Bird Nests.