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Ask Jack

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August 30 @ 10:00 am 11:30 am PDT

Ask you Nature Journaling questions live with John Muir Laws.

Do you have questions about drawing, journaling, naturalist skills, or journaling teaching techniques? Join John Muir Laws and the Nature Journal Club every week for a one-hour open forum discussion where we explore (and hopefully answer) your questions live. Stick around at the end of the meeting for a lively group journal share and conversation. All ages and experience levels are welcome. No registration is necessary, If you are new to Zoom or are having trouble with the meeting controls, please see these notes and suggestions on Zoom Tips for Online Classes with John Muir Laws to help you get more out of the online workshop. When possible I will also make a recording of the workshop and post it on my blog. I look forward to seeing you there!

Suggested donation: $20. Your donation helps support me and my family. Your generosity is deeply appreciated and it makes an immediate difference in my ability to continue to offer these programs. Your donation is tax-deductible. Click here to donate. If you are not able to donate at this time, no problem–please continue to enjoy the classes and find another way to pay it forward in your community with acts of kindness, stewardship, and service. Thank you!


  • Your Journal and favorite drawing materials. Taking notes while you watch and participate will help you remember the new techniques and incorporate them into your journaling.
  • Your sense of humor!
$20 Suggested Donation

7 thoughts on “Ask Jack

  1. Sandra D’Onofrio says:

    As you may have guessed I do not go outside anymore. My primary nature viewing is two carefully placed bird feeders. Over and over I am amazed at chickadees. They are so cocky and spirited. They are not frightened of bullies. They are so cute. Could we draw them some day?

  2. Susan Walker says:

    Wondering when drawing birds, does the head axile “line up” with the body axile? Or are they independent, yet relate? I watched your bird video on 3/4 view and I was unsure.

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