It's been a while, but you've probably seen my posts in the past from Brigham Hill in Essex - mostly about warblers and hawks in migration. A neighbor who owns much of the property I've had these amazing birding experiences on - 17 acres of apple orchard and maples (warblers) with a north-facing ledge (hawks) - is selling their home.
I felt compelled to put this out there to the VT bird watching community to entice serendipity. I'd buy it if I could afford it! And no, I'm not a real estate agent nor do I in any way have a stake in this (beyond hoping whoever buys it doesn't mind be continuing to bird there :)).
Check it out if you wish or pass it along to any bird/nature lovers you know who may be looking: http://www.nnerenmls.com/nne/maildoc/hal1101_1396960132-Apr-08-2014-8_28_52am.html.
Last Saturday I had a 10 warbler species walk in the rain and a 12 species day on Monday in this orchard including the largest number of Tennessee warblers I've ever heard/seen.