There were 5 Golden-winged, 1 Blue-winged, and 1 Brewster's on Piney Woods
Road in Monkton a few weeks ago. The Wilmarth Road trailhead to Snake
Mountain is another pretty reliable spot. I've also had them at the
Hinesburg Community Park.
On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 1:26 PM, David Gusakov <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I saw one several days ago at the southern end of Snake
> Mountain. There is a small road that goes kind of east-west
> across the southern end of the mountain. Somewhat to the
> west side of the mountain there is a parking area off the road (northern
> side) and a trail-head. There's a sign there from one of the VT outdoor
> Anyway, this bird was hanging out right near the parking area for
> much of the morning.
> Good luck!
> David Gusakov
> On Jun 11, 2008, at 9:49 AM, Taj Schottland wrote:
> Hey all,
>> Does anyone know of a reliable spot to see Golden-winged Warblers this
>> breeding season? Is Brandon the best spot for these birds? Or, what
>> about West Haven? The more detailed directions you can send me the
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