From a tiny Northern Saw-whet Owl in Ripton on January 1st to a Snowy Owl
on the Burlington Waterfront on New Year’s Eve, Vermont birders scoured
fields and fens, mountains and meadows, lakes and lawns to discover as many
bird species as possible during the 8th annual Vermont eBird County Quest.
The annual year-long contest pits county versus county, birder against
birder — all engaged in a friendly rivalry for top birding honors. The main
idea behind the year-long Quest is simply to get people out birding,
promote camaraderie, and better document bird life across the state, using
Which county grabbed the 2018 Cup? Which birders won each county? Who
joined the County 150 Club? Visit Vermont eBird and read the whole story to
And while you are at it, add a checklist of birds from your backyard too!
Happy eBirding 2019! Vermont birders are a special group! We lead the
nation! Its true....read the article.
Vermont Center for Ecostudies
PO Box 420 | Norwich, Vermont 05055
Visit the Vermont Atlas of Life <http://val.vtecostudies.org>