The Birds of Vermont Museum has more than 500 carvings completed by Bob Spear, one of Vermont's leading naturalists and woodcarvers. The museum, located in Huntington, VT, is one of the best kept secrets in Vermont and visitors often find themselves returning many times. Some of the highlights:
- 101 acres of adjacent nature trails - some connecting with Audubon Vermont
- Bird songs in the Nesting Birds Exhibit
- Information on the art of woodcarving
- Endangered and extinct birds in dynamic exhibits
- Live songbirds up close through a one-way viewing window with amplified bird songs
We advise checking the Birds of Vermont website for the most up to date information regarding visiting.
Guidelines to borrowing the Birds of Vermont Museum Pass:
Admission: One free admission with one paid admission
Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 10-4, May through October
- Sign up for the 3 days you would like to use the Birds of Vermont Museum Pass
- Call 878-4918 or stop by the library front desk to reserve a date
- The pass will be ready for pick-up by noon on the reserved date
- Pass must be returned by 10 am 2 days after the reserved date. It may be returned in the book drop. Please be considerate of the next borrower by returning it on time.
- This pass is only available for Williston/St. George residents. Residents of other towns should visit their home libraries to borrow passes.