Birds Of Vermont Museum Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 248
Animals, Arts & Culture
900 Sherman Hollow Rd Huntington VT 05462 USA
to provide education, to nurture an appreciation of the environment, and to study birds and their habitats using woodcarvings and other museum resources.
Hundreds of potential birders, naturalists, and ornithologists introduced to birds through art and science, in both formal school-like sessions and informal explorations. Provide temporary exhibits for libraries and tourist/rest areas; Offer and lead weekly, biweekly, and occasional children's programs on birds and carvings onsite and at local events.
everyone learn about birds, bird conservation, and wood carving
Direct beneficiaries per year:
hundreds of elementary students by hosting bird-related field trips; libraries and patrons; dozens of younger kids with bird-focused art, craft, and outdoor activities; and uncounted birds by protecting their habitat.
Geographic areas served:
Vermont (especially Chittenden county)
a museum and mixed-habitat property to explore, guided birding for all experience levels, classes and workshops, and on- and off-site programs in science and art for and about birds.
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Whether an avid birder or not you will be captivated by the almost alive carvings of Bob Spear and the nature themed artwork of many others. Watch for local birds, take a carving class, go on educational walks through the woods, or my favorite activity is to take the bird call ID pen through the museum and scan the bar codes at many of the carvings to hear the birds calls echo around you. This museum is intimate and you may even run across the carver himself as his workshop is part of the experience.
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Expand the available educational programs
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