Mad Birders Knoll Farm Walk

Posted on Monday 10 May 2021

Yellow-Rumped Warbler – Photograph by Traci Mulligan

A good sized crowd of over 30 Mad Birders gathered at Knoll Farm in Fayston last weekend on a cool cloudy Saturday morning to listen and look for birds, while drinking in the intoxicating beauty of a conserved Vermont Hill Farm that deserves its spot on the National Register of Historic Places. At least 37 species of birds were identified. A pair of nesting Cliff Swallows greeted the birders from the exterior peak of the 140 year old barn. Wood warblers seen and heard included Ovenbird, Yellow-Rumped Warbler, Black-Throated-Blue Warbler, Common Yellowthroat, Black-Throated Green Warbler and a pair of Black-and-White Warblers.

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