Birds of Vermont Museum Huntington

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Birds of Vermont Museum
900 Sherman Hollow Road
Tel: 802 434 2167


from Burlington: Head south on I-89 to Exit 11 (Richmond). Take Rte 2 E to Richmond Village. At the stoplight in Richmond Village, turn right (south) towards Huntington and follow the signs (5 miles).

See our website if you are coming from another direction:

Where are we going today?

Come and view life-size, accurate woodcarvings of birds...and a few plants and mammals as well.
The woodcarvings depict Vermont's nesting species in their natural habitats as well as North America's endangered and extinct species.

Learn about birds, their habitats and environments. Observe woodcarvers at work, and find out more about carving tools and techniques. See other wildlife art on exhibit, and contribute your own in our annual art contest. Watch live birds through our viewing windows, and find out what foods and feeders work well for different species. Pick up a souvenir or snack in our gift shop. Become a member, and get discounts and our newsletter. Hike our trails, and extend your visit to the the green Mountain Audubon center nearby. Attend a program (we have demonstrations, children's activities, bird walks, and much more).

Individuals, families, tour groups, campers, and school groups are all welcome. Visit our website or call to find out what special programs are coming up.

We look forward to seeing you!
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When can we go?

10 am - 4 pm

May 1 - October 31 (November-April by appointment)

Teachers corner

We love having school groups. We offer curriculum materials that complies with the Vermont Education Standards for the elementary grades. Home schoolers are also very welcome, as are college-student interns..

I'm Hungry!

Visitors are welcome to picnic on the grounds. We have small snacks and drinks in the gift shop..

Any Top Tips?

Plan on an hour and a half to two hours inside to see it all. You might prefer your own binoculars, especially if you are going outside. We suggest bug repellent if you plan to wander outside. Photography is permitted..

Doing our bit

We are handicapped accessible..

Need a little extra help?

Call, e-mail, or write:
(802) 434-2167
[email protected]

Birds of Vermont Museum
900 Sherman Hollow Road
Huntington, Vermont 05462.

Can I get one of those?

We carry bird-related books, gifts, feeders, music, and more. We also have posters, T-shirts, totes, and many things for children..

What people are saying?

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    I really love the beautiful carvings, the pond, and the viewing window. This is a peaceful place to watch birds and learn about nature!

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