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May 23, 2018

VINS presents program on return of migratory birds

By Robert Wilson Photography The colorful plumage of this Baltimore oriole makes it easily recognizable upon return to the area during migration.

By Robert Wilson Photography
The colorful plumage of this Baltimore oriole makes it easily recognizable upon return to the area during migration.

Thursday, May 24, 7 p.m.—QUECHEE—VINS will present a program on neotropical migratory birds on Thursday, May 24, from 7-8:30 p.m. It is free and open to the public, with a $10 suggested donation.

Migratory birds such as the warblers, flycatchers, and even raptors are some of the most enjoyable and anticipated birds to watch during the spring and summer here in Vermont. These migrants spend, in fact, most of their lives not with us in Vermont, but in the new world tropics (“Neo-tropics”) including Mexico, Central and South America. Ezeikel Jakub, Director of Ornithology at Conservación Panamá Inc., will share his organization’s grassroots research and conservation efforts.

VINS is located at 149 Naturés Way, Quechee. For more information, call 802-359-5000 or emai info@vinsweb.org.

Migratory birds such as the warblers, flycatchers, and even raptors are some of the most enjoyable and anticipated birds to watch during the spring and summer here in Vermont. These migrants spend, in fact, most of their lives not with us in Vermont, but in the new world tropics (“Neo-tropics”) including Mexico, Central and South America. Ezeikel Jakub, Director of Ornithology at Conservación Panamá Inc., will share his organization’s grassroots research and conservation efforts.

Migratory birds such as the warblers, flycatchers, and even raptors are some of the most enjoyable and anticipated birds to watch during the spring and summer here in Vermont. These migrants spend, in fact, most of their lives not with us in Vermont, but in the new world tropics (“Neo-tropics”) including Mexico, Central and South America. Ezeikel Jakub, Director of Ornithology at Conservación Panamá Inc., will share his organization’s grassroots research and conservation efforts.

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