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Tree Identification for Birders and Friends

June 11 @ 9:00 am11:00 am

donations welcome
Several green, veined, toothed tree leaves on a woody stem are held for for identification.

Have you ever noticed a bird, then wondered what kind of tree it was in, or why it was there? Us too! Let’s take a walk and explore tree identification with Forester Kathleen Stutzman.

Open to folks with any levels of familiarity with trees and/or birds! Sign up here:


Kathleen adds, “I think the walk will focus on identifying trees, but I probably won’t be able to resist talking about shrubs and herbaceous plants that we also encounter and are common. Maybe it’s just the excitement of spring building, but I can’t wait for leaves and think it’s likely I won’t be able to limit myself just to trees in early June!”

Kathleen is a conservation forester for Vermont Family Forests and has a BS in Forestry, as well as being a birder.

Max: 10 people

Free, suggested donation $5 – $10 • Registration required.
Face masks still recommended if inside the museum.

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Date:
June 11
Time:
9:00 am – 11:00 am
Cost:
donations welcome
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Organizer

Birds of Vermont Museum
Phone:
(802) 434-2167
Email:
museum@birdsofvermont.org
Website:
https://birdsofvermont.org

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Birds of Vermont Museum
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