WHEN: Saturday, June 17th from 9:00 am – 11:00 am; guided birding hikes will leave soon after 9:00 am, so please arrive promptly. This event runs rain-or-shine. 


WHERE: Wright Park, at the parking lot north of Pulp Mill Covered Bridge on Seymour St. Extension. 


COST: Free, register here (registration is helpful but not required) 


WHAT: They’re everywhere, but so often overlooked. They come in all colors, shapes, and sizes. Some travel thousands of miles to arrive in our backyards, and others are constant companions, even through the cold winter months. Join Otter Creek Audubon Society for this intro to birding. Take a roughly one-and-a-half hour walk through Wright Park. We’ll break into small groups and work our way down to Otter Creek, discovering the myriad feathered creatures along the way. 


Appropriate for families and people of all ages – due to the rough terrain, strollers are not recommended. Light refreshments provided by MALT and OCAS. Loaner binoculars will be available to those who don’t have them. If you have any questions, please contact (802) 989-7115. 


CANCELLATION POLICY: MALT operates programs outdoors in a variety of weather conditions. If weather conditions are hazardous (lightning, sustained winds >30m.p.h.), MALT may cancel the program. If that is the case, registered participants will receive notification via email. MALT will also share information about cancellations via our social media channels.