Bird Walks with Bridget Butler
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Join Bird Diva, Bridget Butler bird excursions in Franklin County and beyond! We'll tour various birding hot spots by van and take advantage of the seasonal bird phenomenon. Each trip will take you to a new location where we'll take short, easy walks to learn about a wide variety of songbirds, shorebirds, hawks, waterfowl and more. Participants register for each session separately - so you can pick and choose which dates work for you. Attend one or all! You'll meet a great bunch of people while enjoying the outdoors.
For half day excursions, the van leaves from Barlow Street Community Center at 7am the morning of each excursion and returns at approximately 11 am. Full day excursions departure and return time is as listed below.Each participant should bring lunch, water bottle and dress for the conditions (especially footwear).
About the Bird Diva
Bridget Butler, A.K.A The Bird Diva, has been a teacher/naturalist for more than 20 years working throughout New England. She has worked for the Audubon Society in Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, for ECHO Lake Aquarium & Science Center as their Conservation Education Specialist, for WPTZ NewsChannel Five as an environmental reporter, as well as Jay Peak Resort as a snowshoe tour guide and professional ski/snowboard instructor. Bridget currently appears on WCAX Local Vermont News covering nature and the environment and joins Jane Lindholm on Vermont Edition twice a year for the Annual Bird Show. As the Bird Diva, she feels it important that birders use their passion for birds to make a difference by helping to protect habitat for birds and other wildlife. Bridget hosts a website at www.birddiva.com and through Twitter, using social media to inspire stewardship. She does not have a "favorite" bird, although she considers the Nashville Warbler "hot"!