Kids day out in Birds of Vermont MuseumTagged as indoor, education
900 Sherman Hollow Road
About Birds of Vermont Museum
The Museum's displays, the surrounding 100 acre bird sanctuary/nature preserve, and the bird viewing window offer visitors a unique opportunity to see and study birds that will not fly away!
The birds have been carved by Robert Spear, Jr., a native Vermonter, who is one of Vermont's foremost naturalists and woodcarvers. Additional birds are carved by his skilled apprentice, Ingrid Riga, curator. Their current project is the Fall Migration/Wetland Diorama (see more in our blog).
Several picnic spots with tables are available at the Museum, just outside the front door and at a nearby pond, a short walk away. Each year between 4000-5000 adults and children visit the Museum. Audubon Vermont is located just down the road from the Museum, convenient for combined visits.