In this monthly program, we’ll visit different habitats in the Burlington area to target different birds. We’ll visit the Burlington crow roost in January, see thousands of snow geese on their stopover in November, seek out overwintering goldeneyes on the lake, and wrangle wily warblers in May.
Who: Birders of all abilities and ages welcome.
When: 10-11:30am, 2nd Sunday of each month. Come to one trip or come every month!
Where: Great birding sites in the Burlington area (see schedule below)
What to bring: Binoculars (cameras optional). We’ll provide field guides and have a few extra binoculars on hand as well, so don’t be shy if you don’t have any gear
Cost: Suggested donation on sliding scale $5-10 per person, $5-20 per family (donations help purchase binoculars and field guides). You can pay with cash, check or venmo (@crowspath).
No registration necessary, but an RSVP would help us prepare! Sign up for our monthly newsletter to get Bird Club announcements.
Add to your checklist each month with the goal of spotting 52 species in 52 weeks, and get fun rewards along the way!
NestlingCrow's Path Sticker
Crow's Path Sticker
With 26 birds under your belt, you’re half way to your goal! Snag one of our sweet Crow’s Path stickers.
FledglingBird Star Sticker
Bird Star StickerCongratulations, you made it to 52 birds in 52 weeks! Celebrate with a special Bird Star sticker.
BirdField Guide to Birds
Field Guide to Birds
You went above and beyond in your quest to find birds. You made it to 100 different species. This field guide will help you on your quest to 200.
Field Trip Schedule
The following are photos of birds Teage has seen since April 2022. Scroll over for ID.