Archive for April, 2009

Springtime For the Birds

It is Springtime, so Vermont’s resident bird population now has to make room for our regular summer visitors.  The singing, calling and displays of migrant and resident birds alike makes this a wonderful time of year.  Be on the look out for birds building nests.  If you see a bird with twigs, grass, moss (or even manmade materials […]

COSTA RICA: Colorful, wild and surprising. Sunday 4/26 Warren Library at 4PM.

The Central American nation of Costa Rica is home to a vast array of wildlife, due in large part to its geographic position between the North and South American continents, its Neotropical climate, and its wide variety of habitats. Costa Rica is home to more than half a million species, which represents nearly 4% of […]

Earth Day Walk, April 22

( Events )

Meet Mad Birders at Shaws in Waitsfield at 7:30 AM to carpool to Sainsburys in Moretown for an Earth Day walk.  Wear sturdy footwear, it may be muddy.

Ivory Billed Woodpecker Spotted in Warren, Vermont!!!!

Mad Birders Chris and Julia Child got this amazing shot of the bird and want to tell you all about it.  Okay, it is not an Ivory Billed.  (April Fool’s!) but it is a Pale Billed Woodpecker that they saw on a recent visit to Costa Rica.  The Mad Birders and the Warren Library will present […]