Birdwalk at Hildene set
They are open to all who enjoy birds, nature and the outdoors. Binoculars are available to borrow. Those planning to attend should wear appropriate dress for the day.
Barred and Great Horned Owls have been hooting love messages with some already incubating eggs while up in Addison County, a few of the 24 Snowy Owls tallied a month ago still linger. The influx of large flocks of robins has everyone commenting and puzzled with not a one Red-winged Blackbird yet reported in the area. A adventuresome American Woodcock was seen flying across the highway in Manchester. What are these birds trying to tell us?
The results of the monthly Hildene surveys are reported to the international database, e-bird. The next bird survey at Hildene will be April 26. Binoculars are available to borrow. Wear appropriate dress for the day.
For more information, contact Randy at 802-362-2270.
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