The Charlotte Town Natural Area is a reliable spot.
Quoting Eric Cannizzaro <[log in to unmask]>:
> I have noticed that Towhees are fairly common from south burlington down to
> addison. I think they are very abundant in the right habitat.
> Eric C
> ---- The Copenhavers <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Had an Eastern Towhee in my yard just before dark this evening, along
> > with about a dozen White-throated Sparrows. This is the first Towhee
> > ever (16 years) for my yard, and that might be a record number of
> > White-throated Sparrows.
> > Has anyone else observed that the number of Towhees in VT is
> > increasing? After 25 years of VT birding, last year I saw my first VT
> > Towhees (in two different locations), and now one right in my yard! Is
> > this species increasing? (For the record, I am very familiar with the
> > species from backpacking trips in PA where in some areas there seemed to
> > be a towhee every 100 yards. So I don't think I was just overlooking
> > them.)
> > Ken Copenhaver
> > Fairfax VT