April Birding Events in Central Vermont

After a morning of 4 degrees and a forecast of a foot or more of snow, it is encouraging to see calendars of birding events popping up on local web sites.  I took three local groups and put their outings on a Google Calendar which you can visit here.

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The North Branch Nature Center in Montpelier has a wonderful series of bird walks that are free to members ($25 single/$50 family) or for $10 for non-members.  Led by expert birders, they are low key and popular with skilled birders and beginners.  They are on Fridays and Saturdays in April/May.

The MadBirders club in the Mad River Valley is a collection of avid birders who have a great schedule of events, ranging from the Valley floor to the top of Mount Ellen.  The dues are only $15 a year for individuals/$20 for families, and they welcome newcomers.

Over in Huntington is the Birds of Vermont Museum, a must-see venue for any birder.  They have a bird monitoring walk on their property the last Saturday of each month.  The event is free but they ask that you pre-register by emailing museum@birdsofvermont.org or calling (802) 434-2167.

Are there other bird walks in April in Central Vermont that I’ve missed?  Mention them in the comment section and I’ll add them to the calendar.  Good birding.

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One Response to April Birding Events in Central Vermont

  1. Thank you so much for the mention!

    You should be able to subscribe/add/embed our calendar with yours if you ever want to. It’s at http://www.birdsofvermont.org/events.php (there’s a google link, just like yours).

    Loved the repost on birdering, too. Hee!

    — Kir

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