Join local birders to gather long-term data on the presence of birds, their abundance, and changes in populations. Appropriate for birders of all skill levels, the walks run along forest and meadow trails and around the main house. Free.
Some background: In 2000, Vermont was the only state in the contiguous U.S without nesting Bald Eagles. In 2004, four Vermont federal and state wildlife organizations and Central VT Public Service began raising and releasing young birds in the Champlain Valley. Since then, there has been annual monitoring of Bald Eagles in Vermont. During 2023, there were 38 known nests monitored producing 48 fledglings.
For more information, contact [email protected] or call 802-367-7960.