Taking the tools we developed during the presentation earlier in the week, we will spend the morning at NBNC and nearby locations looking for warblers and other fall migrants. The riparian woods and thickets along the North Branch are prime habitat for a variety of migrants. In addition to many common species, we may find scarcer warblers such as Canada, Tennessee and Northern Parula. A deep, instructive exploration of fall warbler identification and ecology. Never again will confounding field marks stop you from enjoying Vermont's fall avifauna! Led by NBNC Executive Director Chip Darmstadt. Outing will begin at NBNC, with possible carpooling to other nearby birding locations.
Fee: $25 (members) / $35 (non-members).
Group size: up to 14 participants.Minimum age: 14+
This program is preceded by a presentation on Wednesday, September 12. Attendance at Wednesday's presentation is encouraged but not required for attendance at this program.
This event is part of NBNC's Biodiversity University: Educational programs to expand your naturalist skill set.
Sat Sep. 157:00 am - 11:00 am
713 Elm StreetMontpelier VT,US 05602