Birds of Vermont Museum
Natural history meets art at this one-of-a-kind Vermont treasure.
Breeding birds in nests, raptors overhead, long wetland dioramas, and changing special exhibits connect science and art. More than 500 life-like woodcarvings in realistic habitats share Vermont birds with you. Observe wild birds though a one-way window or from our accessible treehouse. Wander trails over 100 acres, discover Vermont artists, browse our gift shop, enjoy a bird-friendly garden, or attend a program for children or adults. Take advantage of our quiet location to be inspired by Bob Spear and others.
Open daily May 1 - Oct 31 and by appointment.
Bird Carvings, Community Art Gallery
Erin Talmage, Director
900 Sherman Hollow Rd
Huntington VT 05462
Teaching Formats: Lectures, Workshopsclick for email
The entrance to the museum.
Ruby Throated Hummingbird carved by Bob Spear and photographed by Caleb Kenna.
Breeding Bird Atlas exhibit - work by Colin Walsh, Shannon Morrison, Susi Ryan, and Janice Bauch.
A carved Killdeer is painted during a class.
Detail of a Whip-poor-will