Boyce Hill – Fayston Town Forest Walk

Posted on Saturday 19 June 2021

Mad Birders at the Fayston Town Forest on 6/19/21
Indigo Buntings were plentiful at the top of Boyce Hill – Photograph by Pat Folsom 6/19/21

Fifteen Mad Birders enjoyed terrific weather and spectacular views during a walk on the first Juneteenth national holiday in the Fayston Town Forest located at the end of Boyce Hill Road in Fayston. Birders learned about the history of the 93-acre parcel that was generously donated to the Town of Fayston in late 2019. Led by Lisa K, participants logged 27 species of birds, and were delighted to hear and see a pair of Field Sparrows, which are quite uncommon in Washington County.

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