February Bird Monitoring Walk

Northern Cardinal female. ©2011 Laura Waterhouse

Join our monthly monitoring walk to record birds on the Museum property. Learn something new, share what you know, or both! We share bird-friendly coffee afterwards, indoors at our viewing window.

All birders (current, experienced, newbie and would-be!) welcome! Most fun for adults, older children. Please bring your own binoculars, dress for weather. We go out the last Saturday of every month.

Free • Please pre-register by signing up at our EventBrite link, emailing museum@birdsofvermont.org, or calling (802) 434-2167

(Photo: Female Northern Cardinal. Used by permission of the photographer.)

January Bird Monitoring Walk

Join our monthly monitoring walk to record birds on the Museum property. Learn something new, share what you know, or both! We share bird-friendly coffee afterwards, indoors at our viewing window.

Most fun for adults, older children, and somewhat more experienced birders. Please bring your own binoculars and dress for the weather. We go out the last Saturday of every month.

Free • Please pre-register by signing up at our EventBrite link, emailing museum@birdsofvermont.org, or calling (802) 434-2167

(Photo: Blue Jay outside our office window. Used by permission of the photographer.)

Through the Window: December 2019

Red-breasted Nuthatch. Carved by Bob Spear in the early 1960s.
Red-breasted Nuthatch. Carved by Bob Spear in the early 1960s.

We’ve enjoyed welcoming some new birders to our monthly bird monitoring walks. This more than makes up for the quiet of the winter species counts at our a Viewing Window. These walks are the last Saturday of every month. We record those observations over on eBird.

Before you head over there, though, enjoy this short but sweet December window observation list. What’s your favorite of the species listed here? How come ?

Continue reading “Through the Window: December 2019”

December Bird Monitoring Walk

Photo of Northern Cardinal (male)

Join fellow birders (and would-be birders) on the monthly bird monitoring walk on the Museum’s property.

We go out the last Saturday of every month.

Most fun for adults, older children, and somewhat more experienced birders. Please bring your own binoculars and dress for the weather.

Free • Please pre-register by signing up at our EventBrite link, emailing museum@birdsofvermont.org, or calling (802) 434-2167

November Bird Monitoring Walk

Blac-capped chickadee on stump

Join fellow birders (and would-be birders) on the monthly bird monitoring walk on the Museum’s property.

We go out the last Saturday of every month.

Most fun for adults, older children, and somewhat more experienced birders. Please bring your own binoculars and dress for the weather.

Free • Please pre-register by signing up at our EventBrite link, emailing museum@birdsofvermont.org, or calling (802) 434-2167

Nestlings Find Nature

Kid in field with mom, investigating something small

What are pollinators and where do they go in the fall?

We explore, analyze, conclude and make predictions about pollen, pollinators, and more through our observations and understanding. Crafts and activities too!

Ages 4 – 8
Included with admission
(Become a museum member and get free admission all year!)

the Big Sit!

several birders standing during a Big Sit event

The most relaxed birding around. And around and around …
How many birds can we identify from a 17-foot diameter circle?
Can we beat last year’s record? Join Team Loonatics and find out.

Free! Pledges and donations welcome. Snacks and coffee provided. Please bring your own binoculars.

Sign up to join us from Dawn to Dusk. Or just drop by.

For much more info, see http://www.birdwatchersdigest.com/bwdsite/connect/bigsit/about.php
or our report from last year ( https://www.birdwatchersdigest.com/ bwdsite/ connect/ bigsit/ bigsit-2018/ stats.php?find_type=circle&find=BOVM )

Nestlings Find Nature

Child holding swallowtail butterfly (pollinator) with two adults looking on.

What are pollinators and where do they go in the fall?

We explore, analyze, conclude and make predictions about pollen, pollinators, and more through our observations and understanding. Crafts and activities too!

Ages 4 – 8
Included with admission
(Become a museum member and get free admission all year!)