We've been sinking into more core routines of nature connection over the past couple of weeks at Fox Walkers, including fox walking and sit spot. We've also been setting up the learning culture by establishing our nature names! If you're unfamiliar with these practices, here's a little bit about what they're all about:
Fox Walking is a sneaky way of moving through the forest, which allows us humans to become "invisible" and undetected by wild creatures so that we don't scare them off!
Sit Spot is the practice of finding a place in nature to visit regularly and to observe, using our Owl Eyes and Deer Ears. Amazing things can happen when you sit quietly at your sit spot and pay attention to what's going on around you. I've had many magical encounters with creatures such as deer, owls, squirrels, and hawks at my spot!
Nature Names offer another potent opportunity for connection between ourselves and the animals and plants of our local ecosystem.Read More