A unique natural history museum of bird carvings. All 501 wood carvings are life-size and biologically accurate. Primarily focused on birds found in Vermont. Bird feeding area, children's programs, walking trails, and carving demonstrations are part of the attraction. The museum provides both education and recreation.
All Galleries open: Fall and Spring Wetland Dioramas; Wild Turkey; Endangered and Extinct Birds; Raptor Balcony; Nesting Birds. We also have a Viewing Window, a Carving Workshop, Trails through upland forest habitat, and art by local artists.
This venue will accept accept your Museum Day Live! ticket on the screen of your smartphone.
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