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Mississquoi Wildlife Refuge Bird Walk

Join Friends Board Member Ken Copenhaver and former board member Bridget Butler for a birding walk on the Old Railroad Passage Trail on Saturday March 21 from 8 AM until 10 AM.

***SPECIAL NOTE:  This month will mark the 5th anniversary of starting these walks.  Come join us to mark the occasion! After 59 months of walks we have observed 135 species.  Hope to see you there! ***

The purpose of these monthly walks is to gather long-term data on the presence of birds, their abundance, and changes in populations.  Observations will be entered into the Vermont eBird database where data is stored by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society.  These walks are appropriate for birders of all skill levels and provide a wonderful opportunity to learn about birds throughout the seasons.  The walks are available for all skill levels. Binoculars and a bird field guide are helpful.  Dress for weather conditions.

Meet at the parking lot on Tabor Rd, about a mile past the refuge Visitor Center and across the road from the marsh.

For more information:

Earlier Event: March 12
Owls in the Lake Champlain Basin
Later Event: March 22
Birding Essentials @ LLBean