Who are the Wood Warblers and why do birders lose their minds over them each spring? These small songbirds are not only incredibly colorful with necklaces and eye-rings, but beautiful songsters as well. And, they're maddening! They're quick, sometimes elusive and everyone's in a rush to get a glimpse of a little warbler eye-candy before all the trees leaf out for the summer. With forty-one species documented in Vermont, there's a lot to be on the lookout for! Join the Bird Diva to learn more about warblers in Vermont, how to find them and some tips on how to look and listen for these winged jewels.
This presentation is hosted by OLLI, the OSHER Lifelong Learning Institute of UVM. It will be located at the St. Albans Museum, on the third floor, corner of Church and Bishop Streets in St. Albans.
The lecture site is handicap accessible with parking available behind the museum.
Details available at: http://bit.ly/OLLIStAlbans