As suggested Keri, park at the Fish and Wildlife kiosk and then walk the
quarter mile, (at the most), west along the one lane elevated road to a
pull-out to the north that overlooks the bay. Walking is preferable to driving
since the road is a single lane and the adjacent woods may have a surprise
or two! Viewing will be enhanced if you have a scope!
The Gables at East Mountain, Rutland, Vermont
Speaking the same language.
In a message dated 1/17/2010 6:25:06 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
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I decided to take an afternoon drive to Fort Cassin road after reading
some good viewings on here. I was hoping to see a Bald Eagle especially (no
matter how many times I see them, they're always amazing), but to no avail
not a creature was stirring!
However, it got me wondering... is there some area other than the boat
launch on Fort Cassin road that good for birding? I noticed the boat launch
didn't have any open water, so I wasn't surprised that there wasn't any
action. Where were the bald eagles seen in that area recently?
Thanks in advance for any pointers!
Keri in Rutland