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March 2020

See it. Sketch it. Bird It.

March 10 @ 6:30 pm7:30 pm
Russell Memorial Library, 4333 State Prison Hollow Rd.
Monkton, VT 05469 United States
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Donations welcome
nature journaling and sketching materials

Enjoy an interactive program using bird carvings and other items to teach techniques for observing and identifying birds. Great for kids and adults. Contact the library to register.

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Deadline for submissions to Borders: Illusions that constrain us

March 16
Borders: illusions that constrain us [a call to artists]

Today's the day! Submit artworks  in any media, by new or returning artists, of any age, to our Borders: illusions that constrain us 2020 art show.

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[CANCELED due to COVID-19] March Bird Monitoring Walk

March 28 @ 7:30 am9:00 am
Birds of Vermont Museum
Free
Bohemian Waxwing in Museum's crab apple tree, by Erin Talmage. Copyright 2016 and used by permission.

Join our monthly monitoring walk to record birds on the Museum property. Learn something new, share what you know, or both!

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April 2020

[ CANCELLED due to COVID-19 ] April Bird Monitoring Walk

April 25 @ 7:30 am9:00 am
Birds of Vermont Museum
Free
Photo: Fox Sparrow photographed by Erin Talmage, © 2019 and used by permission.

If you choose to walk our trails or go birding, please stay safe (see https://birdsofvermont.org/visit/trails-and-trees/ for more). We will not be offering a guided monitoring walk this month.

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[ POSTPONED – NEW DATE TBD ] Citizen Science 101

April 28 @ 6:30 pm7:30 pm
Milton Public Library, 39 Bombardier Road
Milton, VT 05468 United States
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Donations welcome
The Museum is Hotspot in ebird (a citizen - community science project with a global reach)

From eBird to the Zooniverse, discover a research project that fits your interests, and see how your work helps in projects large and small.

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May 2020

May Bird Monitoring Walk

May 30 @ 7:30 am9:00 am
Birds of Vermont Museum
Donations welcome
Birders in early spring, looking at trees that are not fully leafed out.

Join our monthly monitoring walk to record birds on the Museum property. Learn something new, share what you know, or both!

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July 2020

Green Mountain Woodcarvers’ July Meeting and Carve-in

July 11 @ 9:30 am2:00 pm
Birds of Vermont Museum
Included with admission
three women, wearing fabric masks and physically distancing, converse while carving birds from wood at the Birds of Vermont Museum's walk-in treehouse

The Museum is delighted to host the Green Mountain Wood Carvers (GMWC) July 2020 Carve-In!

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Annual Butterfly and Bug Walk

July 12 @ 10:00 am12:00 pm
Birds of Vermont Museum
Free
dragonfly on corner of a brick, observed at the Birds of Vermont Museum by Erin Talmage

Vermont Entomological Society naturalists and entomologists lead an exploratory stroll. Bring binoculars, magnifying glass, and an insect net if you have them. Bring a picnic lunch for afterward.

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Artist Reception for “Borders-illusions that constrain us”

July 16 @ 3:00 pm5:00 pm
Birds of Vermont Museum
Included with admission
The earth's western hemisphere as seen from space, with the words "Borders: illusions that constrain us | Art, Photography, Poetry | Birds of Vermont Museum" overlaying the planet image

What borders do birds encounter? How do birds’ boundaries connect to human borders? To those of other species? Edges of things—physically, spatially, temporally— raise questions, not least of which is “Is it really there?”

Thirty-three artists, photographers, and poets created works to speak to these ideas. Come meet some of them.

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July Bird Monitoring Walk [FULL]

July 25 @ 7:30 am9:00 am
Birds of Vermont Museum
Donations welcome
Unidentified hawk overhead against a brilliantly blue sky. Photo copyright Erin Talmage and used by permission.

Join our monthly monitoring walk to record birds on the Museum property. Learn something new, share what you know, or both!

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