Regularly Occurring Monthly Vermont Bird Walks

Join one of these regularly occurring bird walks to learn more about bird watching and help add important monitoring data to Vermont eBird.

West Rutland Marsh Monthly Monitoring Walk
Vermont eBird Hotspot
Rutland Audubon Society
Upcoming Dates

North Branch Nature Center
Our spring locations vary, but are at NBNC or nearby (Berlin Pond, Hubbard Park). Our fall walks are all at NBNC.
Check their website for those details.
Every Friday in May (7:00 – 8:30)
May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
Every Friday in September (7:30 – 9:00
Sept 6 13, 20, 27, Oct 4

Missisquoi NWR Monthly Monitoring Walk
Vermont eBird Hotspots: Stephen Young Marsh, Maquam Bog – Old Railroad, Maquam & Black Creek Trails, Jeep Trail
Friends of Missisquoi National Wildlife
Upcoming Dates

Birds of Vermont Museum Monthly Monitoring Walk
Vermont eBird Hotspot
Birds of Vermont Museum
Upcoming Dates (Last Saturday of the Month)

Otter View Park and Hurd Grassland Monthly Wildlife Walk
Vermont eBird Hotspots: Otter View Park, Hurd Grassland
Otter Creek Audubon Society and Middlebury Area Land Trust
Upcoming Dates

Green Mountain Audubon Center Monthly Bird Monitoring Survey
Vermont eBird Hotspot
Green Mountain Audubon Society
Upcoming Dates (June-September on the fourth Saturday of each month)

Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home, Manchester, VT
2019 (11th season): At 8 AM March 16, April 13; at 7 AM on April 27, May 11, 25, June 15, July 13, August 17; at 8 AM on Sept 21, Oct 12, Nov 16, Dec 7.
Contact Randy Schmidt

Southeastern Vermont Audubon Society Weekly Spring Walks
  • Brattleboro Marina – West River Trail (Vermont eBird Hotspot)
    Tuesdays – every week through June 5  – 5:30 PM
  • Hinsdale Set-backs in Hinsdale, NH (NH eBird Hotspot)
    Saturday April 21April 28May 5May 12May 19 – 7:30 AM
    Meet in the new Walmart parking lot in Hinsdale

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller NHP Vermont eBird Weekly Spring Bird Monitoring Walks
Vermont eBird Hotspots: West Forest | The Pogue
Weekly: Thursdays, April 25th thru beginning of June,  7:30am – 9:30am
Over 150 bird species have been observed and reported to Vermont eBird from Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller NHP. Every Thursday, join Vermont Center for Ecostudies biologist Kent McFarland on a weekly ~2 mile walk from Prosper Road trailhead parking lot to the Pogue and back. We’ll report all the birds we identify by sight and sound to Vermont eBird. Learn more about birds, birding, and eBird with Kent and others each Thursday morning departing promptly at 7:30 AM​​. Meet at the Prosper Road Trailhead Parking Lot. From Woodstock, take Route 12 north 2.7 miles from the Billings Farm & Museum Parking Area to Prosper Road on the left (look for a “West Woodstock” sign on the right). Turn left and continue another 0.7 miles to the unmarked Prosper Trailhead Parking Area on the left. Coordinates: 43.638788, -72.553574