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Great Meadows is on River Rd. that runs from rt 5 in Westminster to  
rt 5 in Putney (Landmark College turn). It is about 2 miles from the  
Westminster end on the left (you will see a stone underpass under the  
railroad tracks which will take you in to Putney Great Meadows).
Don Clark
Grafton

On Jul 8, 2010, at 9:02 PM, Mitchell Harrison wrote:

> I would also like to know where the "Great Meadows" is if someone  
> would be kind enough to give directions.
> Mitch Harrison
>
> --- On Tue, 7/6/10, Hilke Breder <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> From: Hilke Breder <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: [VTBIRD] Directions to Great Meadows in Putney
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Date: Tuesday, July 6, 2010, 5:33 AM
>
> Please give directions to the Great Meadows in Putney.
> Hilke Breder
> Brattleboro
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> On 6 Jul 2010 at 0:00, VTBIRD automatic digest system wrote:
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> Date:    Mon, 5 Jul 2010 21:00:17 -0400
> From:    Mike Resch <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Orchard Oriole Family, Putney, 7/5
>
> This morning I went to the Great Meadows in Putney to try to find the
> Orch= ard Oriole spotted there last week by Dave Johnston.  No luck  
> on the
> south=
>  end of the Meadows where Dave saw it, so I went up to the northern  
> end
>  to= give it a try.  I found a family of Baltimore Orioles (2  
> adults, 2
>  young)= feeding on berries on a small shrub along the railroad  
> tracks.  A
>  few sec=
> onds later a Catbird and a Kingbird came in to feed on the same  
> bush.  So=
>  I figured if an Orchard Oriole was nearby it might well want to  
> eat on
>  th=
> ose berries as well.  And sure enough, about 10 minutes later, an  
> adult
> fe= male Orchard Oriole appeared in the top of a nearby tree, was  
> joined
> by an=
>  adult male Orchard, and both flew in to feed on the bush.  The  
> male then=
>  left with a bill full of berries, and flew a short distance to feed a
>  fle=
> dgling.  But what kind of bush was it? (see below).
>
> .......
>
> Mike Resch
> Pepperell, MA
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