Full Moon Snowshoe Walk

A young person glances at the photographerwhile appearing to hold the full moon between their thumb and index finger. The moon is rising above curved hills in the background. The sky is dark blue and the person and hills are almost silhouetted.

Take a walk through the museum’s forest and meadow. Explore the winter nighttime forest with us. What happens at night in a Vermont winter?

If weather permits, we will have a fire and hot cocoa outside at the end of our walk. If it’s too cloudy, we’ll try again the night before the next full moon : March 17
Current forecast: https://www.wunderground.com/hourly/us/vt/huntington/05462/date/2022-2-15

Walk led by Erin Talmage, Museum Director and Wildlife Biologist.

Recommended: red plastic to cover the lens of your flashlight.

Suggested donation : $5 – $15 dollars
Max: 10 people • Call (802) 434-2167 and get a confirmation or register now:


Masks: bring them; required when within 6 feet of each other

Almost Full Moon Evening Walk

Two raccoons, some moths, and a glowing strand of bee balm (we think)

Join us as we stroll around the Museum grounds to witness the moon rising. We will talk about preparing for winter, migration, and nocturnal creatures. Walk led by Erin Talmage, Museum Director and Wildlife Biologist.

$5 per person (Free for Museum members)

Max: 5 people • WALK IS FULL (waitlist available)
Masks: bring them; required when within 6 feet of each other

MUST pre-register. Call 802-434-2167 / email museum@birdsofvermont.org

Recommended: red plastic to cover the lens of your flashlight.